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- 05/14/13--05:52: _The strange gender ...
- 06/24/13--21:24: _Liberalism and Cons...
- 01/21/15--08:34: _A Boom Year in Cult...
- 09/17/15--21:11: _USIH at HES 2015
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- 10/20/16--12:24: _Seriously?
- 05/14/13--05:52: The strange gender politics of “natural” living 
- 06/24/13--21:24: Liberalism and Conservatism in the Neoliberal University 
- 01/21/15--08:34: A Boom Year in Culture Wars Historiography 
- 09/17/15--21:11: USIH at HES 2015
- 01/15/16--08:06: Are the Culture Wars History? Part III 
- 10/20/16--12:24: Seriously?
The following is a guest post by Natalia Mehlman Petrzela. In the last few weeks, Eden Foods, the oldest organic and natural foods producer in the United States has come under fire from its base, a soy-milk swilling and quinoa-cooking […]
Several days ago Natalia Mehlman Petrzela posted to the USIH Facebook page a fascinating, generally positive, but also critical recent review by the literary scholar Jeffrey Williams of Neil Gross’s sociological study Why Are Professors Liberal and Why Do Conservatives […]
Two years ago I wrote a blog post on “An Emerging Historiography of the Culture Wars.” That post included the following passage: “One of the more difficult things about writing a book on the culture wars—as with doing recent history […]
I want to draw your attention to some panels and papers of interest that will be appearing at the 2015 meeting of the History of Education Society (the program is about two-thirds down the page). The meeting takes place in […]
The following guest post, by Natalia Mehlman Petrzela, is the third in our AHA roundtable on culture wars historiography. For an introduction to the roundtable and the first entry, by me (Andrew Hartman), click here. For the second entry, by Adam Laats, […]
One of the papers I most enjoyed at the conference last weekend was Natalia M. Petrzela’s talk on the various origins of the wellness industry in California. A recent experience with teacher training in an idiosyncratic exercise medium had piqued […]