Daniel Walker Howe’s favorite children’s book is The Little Engine That Could.
Well the time has come for me to say goodbye to all of you lovely readers. Running the OUPblog has been a dream job and leaving is very bittersweet. So I thought before I left we could take a trip down memory lane and review some of the best blog posts of the past. This list certainly is not conclusive, just a few of the thousands of posts I had the honor of sharing with you. Please keep in touch. You can follow my adventures on twitter @FordBecca. Ciao!
A celebration of the telegraph.
Daniel Walker Howe reflects on winning The Pulitzer Prize.
Oxford University Press is beaming with joy at the news that Daniel Walker Howe has won the Pulitzer Prize in history for What Hath God Wrought: The Transformation of America, 1815-1848. Read Howe’s OUPblog post here. Read Howe’s Powell’s post here. More to come after we finish celebrating.
Congratulations to the NBCC nominees.
Daniel Walker Howe looks at the day Christ did not come.