In not too long, the November issue of Historically Speaking will be shipping out. And, as usual, it will soon be posted on Project Muse. This issue features a forum with Joyce Appleby on the emergence of capitalism; Peter Coclanis and Stanley L. Engerman's discussion of the influence of Eugene and Elizabeth Fox Genovese; essays on the Christian America debate; and more. Here's the run down:
Historically Speaking (November 2011)
Taking Historical Fundamentalism Seriously
Johann N. Neem
Historians Meet Thanksgiving: What Would George Do?
Sam Wineburg and Eli Gottlieb
The Early Modern Origins of Capitalism: A Roundtable
The Cultural Roots of Capitalism
What’s Left for Economics? A Comment on Appleby
Hans L. Eicholz
Comment on Appleby
Athens and Sparta and the War of Rank in Ancient Greece: An Interview with J.E. Lendon Conducted by Donald A. Yerxa
Labor Day: The Lessons of the Past
Robert H. Zieger
The Intellectual World of Southern Slaveholders: Two Assessments of the Recent Work of Eugene D. Genovese and Elizabeth Fox-Genovese
Sic et Non
Peter A. Coclanis
The Richness of Intellectual Life in the Antebellum South
Stanley L. Engerman
Teaching and Writing about the History of African-American Christianity: An Interview with Paul Harvey
Conducted by Randall J. Stephens
Then, and Then Again
Joseph A. Amato
Bloodlands: Europe between Hitler and Stalin: An Interview with Timothy Snyder
Conducted by Donald A. Yerxa
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