“I used to think that academic work was a solitary endeavor: that professors shut themselves away with their sources, thought long and hard about them, and emerged years later with masterly tomes. In fact, it is highly collaborative. I always read the ‘Acknowledgments’ section of books because I love visualizing the network of archivists, editors, colleagues, mentors, and family members who have become invested in a project and helped it succeed …” (more)

[Karen Tani, Legal History Blog, 4 June]

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