Editorials Archive

  • Eugène Hénard, ‘The Cities of The Future’, published in American City, January 1911. By Jacob Bruggeman The human era—the Anthropocene—continues to alter the Earth through its intensifying industries. Beginning from […]

    A Century of Cities

    Eugène Hénard, ‘The Cities of The Future’, published in American City, January 1911. By Jacob Bruggeman The human era—the Anthropocene—continues to alter the Earth through its intensifying industries. Beginning from […]

    Continue Reading...

  • The second issue of Journeys into the Past builds on the first, which featured writing from students in a course on Russia in war and revolution.  The essays in this second issue […]

    Issue 2: 1917 as History

    The second issue of Journeys into the Past builds on the first, which featured writing from students in a course on Russia in war and revolution.  The essays in this second issue […]

    Continue Reading...

  • John Singelton Copley, Portrait of Mrs. John Stevens, 1770-72. By Jacob Bruggeman Devotees to the study of history are quickly becoming a bygone breed. In early June, I was honored […]

    History in These Times

    John Singelton Copley, Portrait of Mrs. John Stevens, 1770-72. By Jacob Bruggeman Devotees to the study of history are quickly becoming a bygone breed. In early June, I was honored […]

    Continue Reading...

  • The first issue of Journeys into the Past features eleven essays, four historical journeys, and one opinion piece (in a section entitled “Past and Present”).  We will continue to publish articles written […]

    ISSUE 1: REVOLUTIONARY SOURCES

    The first issue of Journeys into the Past features eleven essays, four historical journeys, and one opinion piece (in a section entitled “Past and Present”).  We will continue to publish articles written […]

    Continue Reading...