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, […]
In my debut in The Nation‘s Books & the Arts section, I have an essay based on a reading of Bernie Sanders’s two campaign books and two volumes of essays by the left-wing […]
This post was published at Teaching U.S. history blog on November 23, 2016, but has been updated here with some new entries. Like many other professors do, I’ve integrated good deal […]