Interview with History

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Interview with American History Professor Louise Stevenson, Author of Lincoln in the Atlantic World

I sat down, virtually, with Professor Stevenson to get the skinny on how she came to be the expert on all things Lincoln and where she wants to go from here. So come on and, virtually, listen in.

From our conversations it’s clear that you are a diehard historian. How did you first become interested in American History?

I was going to be a European historian and then switched to American Studies when I transferred to a new college. My credits worked better. I would have to blame my liking history on reading . . . Sir Walter Scott, the Landmark books, and the orange biographies for children.  Read more here…

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  1. Is the “read more” link missing?

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