Tuesday 20 January 2015

American History Untucked 014 -- Kevin Levin

Sorry for the long hiatus since the last episode. I'm really happy to be back with a new episode of American History Untucked.

My guest for this show is Kevin Levin, whose blog Civil War Memory has been probably my favorite Civil War website for years. He is also the author of an excellent recent book, Remembering the Battle of the Crater: War as Murder and has written for the New York Times and the Atlantic. He's managed to do all this while teaching high school full time.



  1. This is one of the important part of American history

  2. World History is not, therefore, the study of the histories of discrete cultures and states one after another and in isolation from one another. It is also not necessarily global history.