Hey friends,

We are getting closer to the one year mark here at Reckless Historians, I know this because The Junto’s March Madness is starting up again.

I am a huge fan of this idea.  Last year for my Colonial America class I read three of the nominated books, including the winning book, American Slavery, American Freedom, by Edmund Morgan — who I have grown to love as a writer and historian.

It is a fun way to see what people are reading, and creates a light-hearted, fun competition between people over which book should be held up as the victor.

Here is the opening post for the tournament, and I also have their schedule right below.

Junto March Madness 2014 Schedule

March 12/13: Reader Nominations

March 14: Announce Brackets

March 17/18: First Round Voting

March 20/21: Second Round Voting

March 24: Round of 16

March 26: Quarterfinals

March 31: Semifinals

April 2: Final

So go on out there, nominate, vote, and have some fun!




Christian, Lover of History, Aspiring Teacher

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