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OAH 2016

OAH 2016: A Preliminary Report from L.D. Burnett

Here in Oklahoma, we tend to think that we have the nation’s most apocalyptic weather. So far — knock on wood — we’ve largely been spared this year.  But our neighbors down in Baja Oklahoma (they tend to call it “Texas”) haven’t been so lucky.  They got hit by a series of Biblical-plague-level hail storms, one of which managed to knock out L.D. Burnett’s wifi.  So, on her behalf, I’m posting links to three storified twitter streams from panels at this year’s Organization of American Historians conference, which was held last weekend in Providence, RI. Follow me below the fold Read more