September was a busy month for GHS members.
We've also got plenty of members writing in other spaces:
- Michelle Seiler, who is currently undertaking research in England as a Schallek Fellow, has been busy blogging: about what her dissertation would be if it were an object, what's been lost in the ancient English town of Colchester, and what still survives.
- Paul Mokrzycki has published an article: "Introduction: A Revival and a Burial," Middle West Review 1, no. 1 (Fall 2014): ix–xiv.
- Eric Zimmer has published a book review of C.B. Bernard, Chasing Alaska: A Portrait of the Last Frontier, Then and Now, (Guilford, Conn.: Lyons Press, 2013), in Pacific Northwest Quarterly 104:4 (Fall 2013), 191-192.
The History Corps also unveiled its permanent online archive home at the Iowa Research Online repository. Dozens of interviews are already available to listen to and download.