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Thursday, February 09, 2017

[haw-info] HAW Notes 2/9/17: Reminder of feedback request; links to recent articles of interest

A Reminder: For those who didn't see Margaret Power's February 7 message on behalf of the Steering Committee of Historians Against the War, it is posted on the HAW blog at http://blog.historiansagainstwar.org. It presents a proposed broadening of HAW's mission that is under discussion in the Steering Committee and asks for feedback from members and friends of HAW.

Responses should either be sent to Margaret Power (power@iit.edu) or posted on HAW's Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/groups/2216182861). Thanks for taking the time to read the proposal and contribute your opinion on it.



Links to Recent Articles of Interest

By Rebecca Gordon, TomDispatch.com, posted February 9
The author wrote, most recently, the book American Nuremburg: The American Officials Who Should Stand Trial for Post-9/11 War Crimes (2016).

"What Are U.S. Forces Doing in Yemen in the First Place?"
By Andrew J. Bacevich, The Atlantic, posted February 8
The author is a professor emeritus of history and international relations at Boston University.

By Guy Laron, Informed Comment blog, posted February 8
The author teaches international relations at the Hebrew University and is the author of the forthcoming Yale University press book The Six-Day War: The Breaking of the Middle East.

"Teaching History in the Age of Trump"
By Denver Brunsman and John Donoghue, History News Network, posted February 7
Denver Brunsman and John Donoghue teach U.S. history at George Washington University and Loyola University of Chicago, respectively.

By Ryan Poll, History News Network, posted February 5
"By returning to the late nineteenth century, we can recognize the poem as a form of political art at a time when nationalist xenophobia reigned against a different immigrant group."

"During World War II, the U.S. Saw Italian-Americans as a Threat to Homeland Security"
By David A. Taylor, Smithsonian.com, posted February 2

Thanks to an anonymous reader for suggesting one of the articles in the above list. Suggestions can be sent to jimobrien48@gmail.com.



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