How to read, write, and talk like a historian

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How to Write Like a Historian: A guide for writing argumentative essays
How to Read Like a Historian: A guide for smartly skimming books and articles
How to Read Like a Historian II: A one-page graphic adaptation of the above reading guide
How to Talk Like a Historian: A glossary of historiographic terms


• More resources for writing:
Troubled by the passive voice or run-on sentences? Unsure when to use "I" in your prose?  Want to learn more about how and why history professors often have different expectations for student papers than philosophy or English professors?  Go here for a great collection of writing "hand-outs" on these and other topics, prepared by an institution dear to my heart, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.