Project #34238 - Book Review

Introduction

As you have come to realize, history is a discipline that is primarily grounded in reading (gaining mastery of content), research (information gathering), and writing (creating historical arguments and defending those arguments with evidence; synthesizing material). One of the many ways in which historians discuss emerging topics and theories is to discuss each other's work through critical book reviews. These reviews also give others a good sense of the overall content and quality of a historical monograph (in other words, is it worth reading?). As part of the assessment process in this course, you are to construct a critical book review on one of the two monographs we are reading this term (The Massacre at El Mozote). Your review should have two goals: first, to inform the reader about the content of the book, and second, to provide an evaluation that gives your judgment of the book's quality.  If you would like to read an example of a proper book review you may wish to consult the following:

Latin America between the Second World War and the Cold War 1944-1948 by Leslie Bethell; Ian Roxborough

Review by: Alan Knight

Journal of Latin American Studies , Vol. 26, No. 2 (May, 1994), pp. 495-498

Subject History
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