- From the Washington Post's "Made by History" section, Louis Masur (Rutgers University) on "Why It Took a Century To Pass an Anti-Lynching Law"; Christopher Petrella (American University) on "What We Get Wrong about the 'Poor Huddled Masses'"; and more.
- Some CFPs for junior scholars: the LSA's Junior Scholars Workshop Call is now out here. The deadline is Jan.15, 2019. The University of Michigan Law School's Junior Scholars Conference Call is here, for the 5th annual version. Applications due Jan.12, 2019.
- There's nothing new about soldiers' post-war struggles with mental illness and domestic violence. Jessica Butler's take on WWI veterans and violent crime against family members (H/t: Nursing Clio)
- With the AHA annual meeting happening now in Chicago, there's good job interview advice about, including this Twitter thread by Beth Lew-Williams and this one by Claire Potter.
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