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Newest Issue of The Readex Report Now Available: November 2010

Posted on 11/23/2010

In this issue: how digitized newspapers shine a brilliant light on past lives; the profound impact of religion on African-American identity; the Boston Tea Party as perceived by both Colonialists and those loyal to the Crown; and the humor, hype and horror behind the mysterious minced pie.

A Light on Past Lives: The Illuminating Effects of Electronic Resources on Biographical Research By James McGrath Morris, author of Pulitzer: A Life in Politics, Print, and Power (HarperCollins, 2010)

American Mystery Meat: Unriddling the Mince Pie By Clifford J. Doerksen, author of American Babel: Rogue Radio Broadcasters of the Jazz Age (University of Pennsylvania Press, 2005)

An Undergraduate’s Reflections on Original American History Research: How Online Access to Historical Newspapers Helped Prepare an Award-Winning Tea Party Study By David Brooks, Graduate, Taylor University, May 2010

Commemorating W.E.B. Du Bois and The Crisis: Reflections on Religion and American History By Phillip Luke Sinitiere, Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of History, Sam Houston State University Tto read this issue online, click here. Next Issue: February 2011.  To subscribe to The Readex Report, click here. Have a suggestion? Interested in submitting an article? Please contact us by emailing The Readex Report Editor.

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