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Articles Tagged: American Character

Speaking on American Nations at Ohio University

I’ll be speaking on American Nations at Ohio University in Athens, Ohio. The event is co-sponsored by Ohios Department of Geography and the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism. It kicks… Read more »

Speaking on American Nations at Ohio University, Feb. 11

I’ll be giving a talk entitled “American Nations: How to Unite the Eleven Rival Regional Cultures of the United States” at Ohio University in Athens on February 11 from 7:00 to… Read more »

Speaking on American Nations trilogy – Washington, D.C. (private)

Speaking to the American Studies international fellows. Private event closed to public.

Talking about the state of U.S. democracy with Japan’s Asahi Shimbun

Ever since American Nations came out in Japanese translation a few years ago, there’s been consistent interest in the paradigm in Japan, where those who follow international relations have been… Read more »

The American Nations and the Geography of Covid-19 Vaccinations

  As the delta variant has overtaken the United States, refilling hospital intensive care units and killing many thousands of each week, Americans are once again seeing the profound effects… Read more »

Union a finalist for a Maine Literary Award

I’m honored that my latest book, Union: The Struggle to Forge the Story of United States Nationhood, has been named a finalist for the 2021 Maine Literary Award for Non-Fiction,… Read more »