Evidence Explained is a website about proper historical analysis, citations, and sourcing authored by Elizabeth Shown Mills.
“As an independent scholar, Mills regularly reviews manuscripts for university presses and consults with educational institutions as an outside curriculum reviewer and subject-area expert on dissertation committees. She is a fellow of the Grady McWhiney Research Foundation and the subject of Chapter 3 in StateHouse Press’s 2010 How Historian’s Work. Mills knows records, voraciously devours records, and regularly shares her expertise in them with live and media audiences across three continents.”
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