Monthly Archives: February 2014

Book Note: George Marsden’s Twilight of the American Enlightenment

by Will Katerberg Former Calvin College history professor George Marsden has a new book out this month. He taught in the Calvin history department in the 1970s and 1980s, before moving on to Duke and then Notre Dame, and has … Continue reading

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Sochi and the Lessons of Russian History

by Bruce Berglund Every so often, current events overtake a history class.  The event itself might be clearly historic—like the resignation of a pope. Or it can be the case that what’s happening in the present resonates so strongly with … Continue reading

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Why Historical Horizons?

by Will Katerberg Why Historical Horizons and why a blog from a History Department? My colleagues and I have lots to do. We teach classes and supervise students doing research papers and honors theses. We serve on committees and as … Continue reading

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