Since the launch of Process in March, we’ve published over a hundred blog posts featuring some of the newest dissertations, books, films, articles, and podcasts in American history. We have published series on the U.S. carceral state, teaching history in the digital age, labor in academia, “Reacting to the Past,” and the OAH 2015 annual meeting. Events over the past year have also inspired posts on topics such as Ferguson, Charleston, the Canonization of Junípero Serra, and the Obergefell v. Hodges decision.
The most popular posts on Process for 2015 were:
- The History of Chinese Restaurants in America by Heather Lee
- The Unrepentant Confederacy and Northern Complicity by Tera Hunter
- Orgies of Feeling by Elisabeth Anker
- Naked: A Cultural History of American Nudism by Brian Hoffman
- Welfare and Incarceration in the U.S. by Julilly Kohler-Hausmann
- Ferguson, USA: A Historian’s Collision with History, Part One by Stefan M. Bradley
- Teaching Histories of Violence by Kathleen Belew
- Beyond Redemption: A Review of Allegiance by Simeon Man
- On The Cherokee Rose, Historical Fiction, and Silence in the Archives by Martha S. Jones
- How does it feel to have your work as a historian cited by the Supreme Court? Cool. Very cool. Thank you very much by Hendrik Hartog
Thank you to the thousands of readers and dozens of contributors who have helped to make 2015 a success for Process. If you are interested in writing for Process in 2016, please contact us.
What were your favorite posts from the past year?