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  Volume 1, Number 2, March 2000

Table of Contents

From: Historically Speaking

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The Puzzling State of Economic History: The Profession

pp. 1-4
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Letter to the Editor

p. 3
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The President's Corner

pp. 3-6
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The Future of History and the Legacy of the Twentieth Century: Viewpoint

pp. 7-8
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From the Executive Director

pp. 7-11
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What Is Globalization?: Viewpoint

pp. 9-11
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The Future of the Past: Academic and Popular History in the Age of the Internet: The Practice of History

pp. 12-14
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"The Historical Society's First Convention"

pp. 15-16
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Regional Reports

p. 17
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Southern Atlantic

p. 17
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Metropolitan Midwest

p. 17
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Chesapeake: "Getting Social History Right"

pp. 17-18
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South Central

p. 18
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Carolinas

p. 18
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Northwest

p. 18
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New England

p. 18
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Northeast

p. 18
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New York Metropolitan

p. 19
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Georgia/Florida

p. 19
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Regions and Regional Coordinators Contact Information

pp. 19-20
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They're Talking About Us: The Historical Society in the News

p. 21
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The Historical Society National Conference Program: June 1-3, 2000—Boston University

pp. 23-25
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Mock Interviews: Student Affairs—An Opportunity to sharpen skills for the job market Historical Society Conference 2000

p. 25
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Recent Publications, THS members

pp. 29-31
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Awards and Achievements, THS Members

pp. 32-33
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Announcements

pp. 35-38
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Research Areas

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