NYT History Book Reviews: Who Got Noticed this Week? – History News Network (HNN)

NYT History Book Reviews: Who Got Noticed this Week?

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A Short History of Public Schooling – Excerpt from the film Class Dismissed

Very few people know the history of school. Nor do they know the real reason schools were established in the first place. Here’s a short history of schools in the …

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Enough with the purging of America’s public history – New York Post

­With left-wing groups loudly clamoring to purge any and all public symbols of Confederate generals and slave-owning presidents, a group of black ministers is pushing to get another famous figure…

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St. Mary’s Public History students to close Hispanic Heritage Month with Tobin … – St. Mary’s University

In a “Gran Final” of Hispanic Heritage Month, Public History students from St. Mary’s University will screen their film, “Tejano Defenders of the Rio Grande: a 150th Celebration,” at the Tobin Center on Oct.

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Amazon.com: Lions under the Throne: Essays on the History of English Public Law eBook: Stephen Sedley: Kindle Store

Amazon.com: Lions under the Throne: Essays on the History of English Public Law eBook: Stephen Sedley: Kindle Store

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New Wilson Chair in Canadian History says it&rs… – Linkis.com

“It’s time to change the channel on how the public sees the #historian” – Ian McKay, @McMasterU’s new Wilson Chair. http://t.co/bds2FrG07j | Public History Professional News…

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Suit Alleges ‘Scheme’ in Criminal Costs Borne by New Orleans’s Poor

A class-action lawsuit says fines and assessments are applied without regard for ability to pay — to the benefit of judges, prosecutors and public defenders.

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