List of Resources for OAH Statement on Capitol Assault

The Journal of American History

Open Articles

“Census Technology, Politics, and Institutional Change, 1790–2020”
By Steven Ruggles, Diana L Magnuson
Journal of American History, Volume 107, Issue 1, June 2020, Pages 19–51,

“Interchange: Corruption Has a History” By Paula Baker, Mary Berry, Daniel Czitrom, Barbara Hahn, James Kloppenberg …
Journal of American History, Volume 105, Issue 4, March 2019, Pages 912–938,

“Introduction: Constructing the Carceral State”
By Kelly Lytle Hernández, Khalil Gibran Muhammad, Heather Ann Thompson
Journal of American History, Volume 102, Issue 1, June 2015, Pages 18–24,

“Conservatism: A State of the Field”
By Kim Phillips-Fein
Journal of American History, Volume 98, Issue 3, December 2011, Pages 723–743,

“No Ordinary Crime: Reflections on the Future of the History of Mob Violence”
By William D. Carrigan
Journal of American History, Volume 101, Issue 3, December 2014, Pages 847–849,

Available to Subscribers/Members

“180 Op–Eds: Or How to Make the Present Historical”
By Joanne Meyerowitz
Journal of American History, Volume 107, Issue 2, September 2020, Pages 323–335,

“The Right-Wing Popular Front: The Far Right and American Conservatism in the 1950s”
By David Austin Walsh
Journal of American History, Volume 107, Issue 2, September 2020, Pages 411–432,

“Bananas North, Deportees South: Punishment, Profits, and the Human Costs of the Business of Deportation”
By Adam Goodman
Journal of American History, Volume 106, Issue 4, March 2020, Pages 949–974,

“One Course, Two Presidents, Three Years: Teaching Peace History in Donald Trump’s America”
By Heather Fryer
Journal of American History, Volume 105, Issue 4, March 2019, Pages 944–950,

“The Fascist Game: Transnational Political Transmission and the Genesis of the U.S. Modern Right”
By Joseph Fronczak
Journal of American History, Volume 105, Issue 3, December 2018, Pages 563–588,

“Making and Circulating the News in an Illiberal Age”
By Nancy F. Cott
Journal of American History, Volume 104, Issue 3, December 2017, Pages 599–609,

“Reunion and Reconciliation, Reviewed and Reconsidered”
By Nina Silber
Journal of American History, Volume 103, Issue 1, June 2016, Pages 59–83,

The American Historian

History for Black Lives
Special Guest Editor Carl Suddler
September 2020

“The Cause Was Never Lost”
By Jason Morgan Ward
November 2015

Process: a blog for American history

“Trump, Democracy, and the Constitution”
By Michael Klarman

“President Trump and His Times”
By Julian E. Zelizer

“Donald Trump and the Anti-New Deal Tradition”
By Lawrence Glickman

“History Shows that Our Elections Are Rigged—Just Not the Way Donald Trump Thinks They Are”
By Charles L. Zelden

“The Trump Challenge”
By Jennifer Delton

“Teaching in the Time of Trump”
By Van Gosse

“Back to the Future: Can Trump Win with Law and Order Like Nixon in 1968?”
By Michael W. Flamm

“George Floyd and the End of American Hegemony
By Jonathan Wiesen

“Evangelicals and Immigration: A Conflicted History”
By Ulrike Elisabeth Stockhausen

“Church Ladies and Grassroots Political Religion”
By Gale Kenny

“The Fascist Game: A Conversation on the Origins of the American Modern Right”
By Joseph Fronczak

“Billy Graham’s Legacy”
By Melani Mcalister

“Teaching in the Wake of Charlottesville”
A Round Table

“The Notion of Tax Reform in Historical Perspective”
By Ajay K. Mehrotra

“The Changing Political Identities of American Science”
By Josh Howe

“Labor and the Environmental Justice Movement: Why Their Shared History MattersToday”
By Josiah Rector

“Tax Revolts, Tax Marches, and the Politics of Transparency in U.S. History”
By Molly Michelmore

“Constitutional Originalism and History”
By Jonathan Gienapp

“From Devolution to DeVos: A Brief History of the Federal Role in American Education”
By Lawrence J. McAndrews

“Historians Put Immigration Executive Order in Historical Context”
Process Editors

“When Antifascism Comes to America”
By Joseph Fronczak

“The 2016 Election and the Transformation of the Democratic Party”
By Lily Geismer

“Toppling Columbus, Recasting Italian Americans”
By Laura E. Ruberto and Joseph Sciorra

“On Statues, History, and Historians”
By Rich Heyman

“Putting the 2016 Election into Historical Context”
Process Editors

“Politicizing and Practicing Motherhood: Why We Should Care What Phyllis Schlafly Served her Kids for Breakfast”
By Natalia Mehlman Petrzela

2020 Virtual OAH Annual Meeting Session

Sanctuary: Defending the Vulnerable and Challenging the State from the Nineteenth Century until the Present

Distinguished Lectureship Program Recorded Lectures

“The Great Force of History: White Innocence, Historical Justice, and Making Black Lives Matter,” June 29, 2018

Stephen Kantrowitz, “Ben Tillman and the Reconstruction of White Supremacy,”  November 17, 2017

Matthew Frye Jacobson, “Whiteness and the Normative American Citizen,” December 17, 2014

Bruce J. Schulman, “The Rise of Conservatism in Modern America,” 2013