Wednesday, February 13, 2008

A Bit More on Historians and Plagiarism

Since this issue has been our primary focus of discussion, I thought some of you would enjoy these additional sources.

Sources on Stephen Ambrose:

The Weekly Standard Stephen Ambrose Copycat Article click
here.
How the Ambrose story developed click
here. Story by HNN.
Los Angeles Times article on Ambrose click
here.

Sources on Doris Kearns Goodwin:

How the Goodwin story developed click
here. Story by HNN.
Doris Kernes Goodwin: Liar article click
here.
Forbes Magazine article on Goodwin click
here.

Of course these arn't the only historians to have been caught for plagiarism. They are, however, two very big names in the historical community, and therefore receive the greatest amount of publicity for their misdeeds.

3 comments:

David Mabry said...

Now...if anyone has found that Gordon Wood or James McPherson were plagarists, I would be devastated.

Brad said...

I agree. If Ellis, Nash, or many other of the "greats" did this I might throw in the towel.

victor said...

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