History 600: The History of Now Professor Patrick Iber History is the study of change over time, and requires hindsight to generate insight. Most history courses stop […]
As part of efforts to contribute to intellectual and political internationalism, I am trying to write about U.S. politics for Nueva Sociedad on a regular basis. At the link, in Spanish, is […]
For Nueva Sociedad, I wrote about the victory of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. Since it was for an international audience, I tried to place her in the context of broader social movements […]
Somehow something I tweeted, purely in my capacity as someone who was once a classroom teacher, ended up quoted in the Washington Post.
HIST 600 Poverty and Inequality in the Americas Professor Patrick Iber Fall 2017 / W 1:20-3:15 / Humanities 5257 Poverty and inequality are not new problems, but […]
History 434 U.S. Foreign Relations Since 1898 Professor Patrick Iber Fall 2017 / MWF 11:00-11:50AM / Humanities 1111 For the most of the twentieth century, the United […]
In the Journal of American History vol. 103, no. 4 (March 2017), I have an essay in the textbooks and teaching section about using weekly debates, and a political economy frame, […]