2013 Annual Meeting: Session 138: Clio's Craft: History and Storytelling

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At the AHA’s 127th Annual Meeting in New Orleans, this roundtable expands on William Cronon’s Presidential Address by discussing how the use of narrative and writing to an audience is an integral part of the historian’s job. Participating in this discussion are Martha A. Sandweiss (Princeton University), John Demos (Yale University), Annette Gordon-Reed (Harvard University), Tony Horwitz (journalist and author), Karl Jacoby (Columbia University), and Marci Shore (Yale University).

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