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How historians share their research

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Eleanor Goldberg

on 3 November 2016

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Transcript of How historians share their research

Year 2
Year 3
Year 5
Year 1
Year 4
How historians share their research
Historians often work alone
(or in small groups)
Historians talk informally
and share ideas via:
Email groups
Historians present current work in their field;
sometimes published in conference proceedings.

Trade Publications
News about current research, grants to fund new research,
new hires to work on a research project, are announced.
Books (
scholarly monographs
Usually result of years of research, often based on previously published scholarly articles and/or conference presentations.
Scholarly journal articles
Scholars formalize the results of their
research & interpretation in scholarly articles.
They study primary sources and read others' work to establish new knowledge or understanding of a historical event or topic.
From the Table of Contents:

The Future of American History
Brooklyn Historical Society Explores Mixed-Heritage Identities
Member News
Women and Worklife Balance
Letters to the Editor
From the Table of Contents:
The Chicken or the Iegue: Human-Animal Relationships and the Columbian Exchange

The Way to Wealth around the World: Benjamin Franklin and the Globalization of American Capitalism

Reexamining the American Genocide Debate: Meaning, Historiography, and New Methods
From the Table of Contents:
The Hotel System: Assembling a Transcontinental Accommodation Network, 1840-1876
Imperial Hotels and Hotel Empires: Tourism, Expansion, Standardization, and the Beginning of the End of a Hotel Age, 1876-1908.
The House of Strangers: The Transformation of Hospitality and the Everyday Life of the Hotel.
The Law of Hospitality: The Common Law of Innkeepers and the Public Unruly Guests and Anxious Hosts: Sex, Theft, and Violence at the Hotel.
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