For those in Philadelphia on May 3rd, feel warmly welcome to attend the 2019 Lovejoy Lecture, sponsored by the JHI.
With the support of the Penn History Department and Penn SASGov, we are delighted to announce the program for our
By guest contributor Jonathon Catlin The New York Consortium for Intellectual History recently hosted Dagmar Herzog (CUNY) for a discussion
By contributing editor Andrew Hines How do human beings understand each other? This question has both a linguistic and a political
By guest contributor Jonathon Catlin Nicolas Guilhot (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique) spoke on his new book, After the
By guest contributor Nuala F. Caomhánach In his A Final Story: Science, Myth, and Beginnings (2017), Nasser Zakariya pries open
By guest contributor Jonathon Catlin According to Ethan Kleinberg, historians are still living in fear of the specter of deconstruction;