The Best of Times, the Worst of Times: Notes from a Former DGS, Muriel C. McClendon, University of California, Los Angeles

The author discusses the pros and cons in the study early modern history. She mentions the availability of digital source material and research, the difficult job market for college teachers who specialize in the humanities, and the opportunities for society to learn about early modern times through...

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Published in:The sixteenth century journal
Main Author: McClendon, Muriel C.
Format: Electronic Article
Language:English
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Published: Sixteenth Century Journal Publishers, Inc. [2019]
In: The sixteenth century journal
Year: 2019, Volume: 50, Issue: 1, Pages: 286-294
RelBib Classification:FB Theological education
TJ Modern history
Further subjects:B HISTORICAL source material
B HISTORY in mass media
B HISTORY associations
B DIGITIZATION of archival materials
B COLLEGE teachers; Supply & demand
B Early Modern History
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Summary:The author discusses the pros and cons in the study early modern history. She mentions the availability of digital source material and research, the difficult job market for college teachers who specialize in the humanities, and the opportunities for society to learn about early modern times through mass media, historical societies, and other outlets.
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