CFP: S-USIH Panels at the OAH Annual Meeting Providence, Rhode Island April 7-10, 2016 The Society for U.S. Intellectual History (S-USIH) will present up to two solicited panels as an affiliate organization at the April 2016 meeting of Organization of […]
The Society for U.S. Intellectual History announces a new prize, to be given triennially, for the best book in the History of American Philosophy, broadly conceived. Funded by a generous grant from the John Dewey Foundation, this prize will be […]
[Update Note: We have had a great response already. Given that, this call will remain open only until Monday, 5/11. – TL] Here are three opportunities to get involved with S-USIH without campaigning for an elected position: 1. Podcast Editor: […]
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As book review editor, I’m proud to present our latest round tale discussion–on Raul Coronado’s A World Not to Come: A History of Latino Writing and Print Culture. Here at the Society, we always strive to expand our horizons of what historians should consider “United States Intellectual History.” Coronado’s book speaks to an opportunity open in American historiography–the study of Latino/a thought and culture and its impact on U.S. culture, thought, and society. Special thanks to Tim Lacy and the Publications Committee for their support, Andrew Seal for his always valuable assistance, and a VERY special thanks to Lilian Calles Barger, assistant book review editor. This round table was her idea and she carried it out to the end. Look for the rest of the round table to unfold this week.–Robert Greene II, book review editor.