The annual U.S. intellectual history conference will take place in New York City on November 17-18 this year. The theme is “Narratives,” and the deadline for submission is now just under two months away. We welcome submissions from those proposing a paper or panel, or volunteering to chair an event. As the chair of the conference committee, I hope that you will consider submitting to the conference. Further information is available here.
U.S. Intellectual History Blog
Robert Greene II
December 3, 2017
The Continuing Mission of Black Intellectuals: Stamped From the Beginning and African American HistorySomething that caught my eye when reading Ibram Kendi’s excellent Stamped From the Beginning was his admonition early in the book about for whom he was writing. Kendi insisted that Read more
August 5, 2014
More Thoughts on E.P. Thompson, Historical Materialism, Law (Now With 48% More Robert Brenner!)In last week’s essay, I suggested that the “cultural worker” (the figure about whom I am writing my dissertation) is a creation of the law. What I would like to Read more
January 11, 2013