Originally published 12/04/2017
Editor of AHA’s Perspectives says historians are undermining themselves with the public by "Complicating Ourselves into Obscurity”
"History, of course, is tremendously complicated. That’s part of its beauty. … But the cliché bespeaks a set of assumptions about how one must think about history and then go about doing it."
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