by Thomas Bender
Specialization is the rule of the day, but it's changed historians' capacity to reach a larger public.
by Ellen F. Fitzpatrick
Historians like nuance. The media want fast answers that are simple.
How Public Historians Have Tried to Set the Record Straight in India About Muslims Destroying Hindu Temples (Video)
by Partha Chatterjee
In India Hindu right-wingers have demonized Muslim leaders who ruled for 7 centuries. Historians have tried to put their rule in context.
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