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Tag Archives: From Herodotus to H-Net

“To Curiosity”

A review of: Who Is the Historian?, N.A. Raab Three things made me pick up Raab’s slim volume on the work of historians: 1) its brevity 2) a longstanding love of inspirational stories from historians 3) desire to be familiar with the genre should I ever be fortunate enough to teach a historiography course. Unlike […]

“Glorious Confusion”

A review of: From Herodotus to H-Net, Jeremy D. Popkin [Ed. Note: What follows is an attempt to recreate an earlier post that was written earlier this week with access to the text but, with a perfunctory “document could not be saved,” vanished to the devils of technical difficulties.] Jeremy Popkin’s From Herodotus to H-Net […]