Writing History for a Popular Audience: A Round Table Discussion

This post originally appeared in the August 2016 issue of The American Historian. Most historians would love for their work to reach a wide, non-academic audience. But how does one break into the world of “popular” history and publish a successful book with a trade press? The American Historian invited three participants—a tenured professor, an […]

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This post originally appeared in the August 2016 issue of The American Historian. Most historians would love for their work to reach a wide, non-academic audience. But how does one break into the world of “popular” history and publish a successful book with a trade press? The American Historian invited three participants—a tenured professor, an […]

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