About This Issue

The December 2020 of The American Historian issue features an article on how the current disruption to school and learning compares to other learning disruptions in the past and a reflective essay on writing an obituary of a dear loved one. The issue also includes an article that details how to write a digital dissertation, a teaching piece on creating a collaborative writing assignment for online classes, and an essay that discusses why the OAH should change the name of a book award.

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