Allen Guelzo answers Lincoln FAQs.
Craig L. Symonds winner of the 2009 Lincoln Prize pens a bicentennial post for the blog.
Jennnifer Weber looks at how Abraham Lincoln almost failed.
An excerpt to kick off our Lincoln Bicentennial celebrations.
Glen LaFantasie wonders why we don’t have leaders like Lincoln anymore.
McPherson weighs in on Lincoln’s greatest moment.
Craig Symonds recounts his day with Lincoln.
The American Historical Association’s 128th Annual Meeting is being held in Washington, D.C., 2-5 January 2014. For those of you attending, we’ve gathered advice about what to see and do in the Capital from author and DC resident Don Ritchie as well as members of Oxford University Press staff. And be sure to stop by Oxford’s booth #901-907.
OUPblog celebrates Darwin’s birthday–a day late, but very enthusiastically! Here’s an excerpt from Darwin’s Recollections of the Development of My Mind and Character, an informal autobiography.
James McPherson answers some questions about his new book This Might Scourge.