Saturday, February 02, 2008

A Publick Service Announcement: New Blog Edition

I just received the following announcement from H-Pol:
Common-place is pleased to announce "Publick Occurrences 2.0," a new blog of historical and political punditry by the inimitable Common-place columnist and former History News Network blogger Jeffrey L. Pasley. Jeff is a political historian ("broadly defined," he says) based at the University of Missouri and the author of The Tyranny of Printers": Newspaper Politics in the Early American Republic (Virginia, 2001) along with numerous book chapters, articles, reviews, and miscellaneous items that pop up all over the Internet. Jeff's new blog will be, we hope, one of several that will be part of Common-place and provide our readers with fresh content between our regular issues. We have no intention of giving up our standard, acclaimed format of carefully edited articles and columns to the new-fangled vagaries of the blogosphere. Common-place will remain a quarterly magazine of American history. But now, with Jeff's blog and others to come, it will also, we hope, be a place for on-going, active, and vibrant discussion about things historical and issues that matter to our readers and our contributors.
You can access Publick occurrences 2.0 here.

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