I’ve been running in bunches of directions of late — 65 campuses visited since Labor Day will do that to a guy — and can’t do justice to them all. But one of those directions, briefly, was Washington, DC-ward last weekend for the National Council of the Social Studies conference.
I was there to receive the Carter G. Woodson Award for The Amazing Age of John Roy Lynch, an occasion that included a panel discussion with other honored authors S.D. Nelson, Winifred Conkling, and Don Tate. Here’s proof that I touched down at least briefly enough for a group photo: