Staff in the media
Several HCA staff have been in the media lately.
Professor Emeritus Sir Tom Devine's new book, ‘The Scottish Clearances: A History of the Dispossessed 1600 to 1900’ (Allen Lane, The Penguin Press 2018), has attracted extensive coverage and major reviews in the UK and Irish press including Times Literary Supplement, Spectator and New Statesman. Discussions are also already underway with the BBC on a two-part documentary on the book.
Dr Christopher Harding discussed the work of Marie Kondo and the art of tidying up in the New York Times, and has a podcast on 'The Story of Modern #Japan' on the website for BBC History Magazine and BBC World Histories Magazine.
Dr David Silkenat will be undertaking a North American tour for his forthcoming book ‘Raising the White Flag: How Surrender Define the American Civil War’ (The University of North Carolina Press, 2019). You can catch David on the following dates, with more to follow:
8 April – Mercer University; 9 April – College of Charleston; 10 April – University of South Carolina; 11 April – University of Georgia; 13 April – American Civil War Museum (Appomattox CH, VA); 18 April – University of Virginia; 20 April – American Civil War Museum (Richmond, VA); 27 April – Bennet Place (Durham, NC); 28 April – Museum of Civil War Medicine (Frederick, MD); 29 April – Shepherd University; 30 April – Washington & Lee University.
Dr Justin Stover’s article ‘There Is No Case for the Humanities’, originally published in American Affairs, was quoted in an article – ‘Classical Studies: No Country for White Men’ - in The American Conservative, exploring divisions in the field.