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Authors: THELEN D
Citation: D. Thelen, THE PRACTICE OF AMERICAN HISTORY, The Journal of American history, 81(3), 1994, pp. 933-960

Authors: GLASSIE H
Citation: H. Glassie, THE PRACTICE AND PURPOSE OF HISTORY, The Journal of American history, 81(3), 1994, pp. 961-968

Authors: CASSITY M
Citation: M. Cassity, HISTORY AND THE PUBLIC PURPOSE, The Journal of American history, 81(3), 1994, pp. 969-976

Authors: BONNER P
Citation: P. Bonner, NEW NATION, NEW HISTORY - THE HISTORY WORKSHOP IN SOUTH-AFRICA, 1977-1994, The Journal of American history, 81(3), 1994, pp. 977-985

Authors: LINENTHAL ET
Citation: Et. Linenthal, COMMITTING HISTORY IN PUBLIC, The Journal of American history, 81(3), 1994, pp. 986-991

Authors: BENDER T
Citation: T. Bender, VENTURESOME AND CAUTIOUS - AMERICAN HISTORY IN THE 1990S, The Journal of American history, 81(3), 1994, pp. 992-1003

Authors: TCHEN JKW
Citation: Jkw. Tchen, BACK TO THE BASICS - WHO IS RESEARCHING AND INTERPRETING FOR WHOM, The Journal of American history, 81(3), 1994, pp. 1004-1010

Authors: HOOD AD
Citation: Ad. Hood, THE PRACTICE OF AMERICAN HISTORY - A CANADIAN CURATORS PERSPECTIVE, The Journal of American history, 81(3), 1994, pp. 1011-1019

Authors: FLEMING JE
Citation: Je. Fleming, AFRICAN-AMERICAN MUSEUMS, HISTORY, AND THE AMERICAN IDEAL, The Journal of American history, 81(3), 1994, pp. 1020-1026

Authors: BRINKLEY A
Citation: A. Brinkley, HISTORIANS AND THEIR PUBLICS, The Journal of American history, 81(3), 1994, pp. 1027-1030

Authors: THELEN D
Citation: D. Thelen, THE MOVIE MAKER AS HISTORIAN - CONVERSATIONS WITH BURNS,KEN, The Journal of American history, 81(3), 1994, pp. 1031-1050

Authors: SHERRY MS
Citation: Ms. Sherry, WE VALUE TEACHING DESPITE - AND BECAUSE OF - ITS LOW STATUS, The Journal of American history, 81(3), 1994, pp. 1051-1054

Authors: LANCASTER J
Citation: J. Lancaster, THE PUBLIC-PRIVATE SCHOLARLY TEACHING HISTORIAN, The Journal of American history, 81(3), 1994, pp. 1055-1063

Authors: CRUSE JM
Citation: Jm. Cruse, PRACTICING HISTORY - A HIGH-SCHOOL TEACHERS REFLECTIONS, The Journal of American history, 81(3), 1994, pp. 1064-1074

Authors: LEVY MK
Citation: Mk. Levy, EVOLUTION OF A SELF-MADE HISTORY TEACHER, The Journal of American history, 81(3), 1994, pp. 1075-1077

Authors: MARTY MA
Citation: Ma. Marty, HISTORIANS CRAFTS - COMMON INTERESTS IN A DIVERSE PROFESSION, The Journal of American history, 81(3), 1994, pp. 1078-1087

Authors: LEWIS RA
Citation: Ra. Lewis, PUBLIC-RELATIONS AND POLITICS IN THE PUBLIC-SCHOOLS - BARRIERS TO ACADEMIC PREPARATION FOR COLLEGE, The Journal of American history, 81(3), 1994, pp. 1088-1092

Authors: SHROCK AA SHROCK R
Citation: Aa. Shrock et R. Shrock, ENGAGING THE PAST, The Journal of American history, 81(3), 1994, pp. 1093-1098

Authors: POZZI P
Citation: P. Pozzi, HUCK-FINN, DON-QUIXOTE, AND JONES,MOTHER - ON THE PRACTICE OF UNITED-STATES HISTORY IN ARGENTINA, The Journal of American history, 81(3), 1994, pp. 1099-1111

Authors: ROEDER GH
Citation: Gh. Roeder, COMING TO OUR SENSES, The Journal of American history, 81(3), 1994, pp. 1112-1122

Authors: CUTHBERTSON G
Citation: G. Cuthbertson, RACIAL ATTRACTION - TRACING THE HISTORIOGRAPHICAL ALLIANCES BETWEEN SOUTH-AFRICA AND THE UNITED-STATES, The Journal of American history, 81(3), 1994, pp. 1123-1136

Authors: BERRY C ETTINGER P MCCULLOUGH D MENEGHEL M
Citation: C. Berry et al., HISTORY FROM THE BOTTOM UP - ON REPRODUCING PROFESSIONAL CULTURE IN GRADUATE-EDUCATION, The Journal of American history, 81(3), 1994, pp. 1137-1146

Authors: BAKER P
Citation: P. Baker, THE FRAGMENTATION OF THE PROFESSION AND ITS CLASS CULTURE, The Journal of American history, 81(3), 1994, pp. 1147-1151

Authors: HOLLINGER DA
Citation: Da. Hollinger, BANALITY AND ENIGMA, The Journal of American history, 81(3), 1994, pp. 1152-1156

Authors: VAUDAGNA M
Citation: M. Vaudagna, AMERICAN HISTORY AT HOME AND ABROAD, The Journal of American history, 81(3), 1994, pp. 1157-1168
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