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Torri Yates-Orr 14 Oct 19
Happy ! Yet for years, the world celebrates . Why celebrate a man who facilitated genocide when we could celebrate our indigenous communities? Learn about the shift in historical perspective .
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Jennifer Hart 2 Oct 19
I'll be at talking about History Communication next week. Come join us! Historians and non-historians alike are welcome. It's a conversation relevant for everyone in the humanities and social sciences.
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Ciera Casteel 27 Jun 19
I wrote this post for the about the Detroit Incinerator and systematic pollution of less wealthy communities in Detroit. Read about it, then visit the Reuther’s collections if you can!
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Chel Miller (they/them) 6 Feb 19
This piece on the Trump administration's proposal and and how it relies on the persistent power of white supremacy is so good:
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Thomas Faith 16 Apr 19
A must-read update on the state of history communication in higher education at the blog, from , , , and .
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Ciera Casteel 25 Mar 19
“There used to be an official called the ‘Remembrancer’...The official’s job was to remind people of what they would have liked to forget. One of the most important functions of the historian is to be a remembrancer.”
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Melissa Clark 6 Nov 19
NPS and DOI museum internship opportunities for current students or recent grads. Applications due Nov 10th.
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thomas cauvin Jan 8
Public history projects in Spain, Greece, Brazil... Help us map projects and create connection.
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Jason McGraw 11 Oct 19
. has returned to the Mothership to present “Engaging the Public in the History Classroom”
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Torri Yates-Orr 4 Nov 19
It's so had to drop some sweet history on you. It's a history that includes Ancient Egypt, the Maya & WWI. Shoutout to for being there for a non-chocolate eater like myself.
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Saybrook Partners 15 Jul 19
Can stories about the past inspire and unite while also acknowledging complexities and flaws? Yes; in fact, today's audiences increasingly balk at narratives that seem oversimplified or whitewashed.
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Jennifer Hart 14 Oct 19
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Gregor Kalinkat 18 Oct 19
maybe has pointers? Or ?
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Ciera Casteel 26 Jun 19
I don’t think I hyped this up properly the other day. I was a featured guest on my friends’ podcast. We talked about a lot but mostly my research on the history of marital rape law in the U.S. Check us out!
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Kate Owen 28 Oct 19
Really don't know who to talk to about this but I've been working on a few creative writing/history workshops based on early modern recipe books. (some for kids/some for adults/classroom/library events/guides maybe) but like how to I proceed with the idea?!
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Sólveig Hanson Jul 10
In case you’re already in eager anticipation, 🩸will return the first mon-fri of every month - no tracker required. I’ll continue to share from my research, though likely with less of a focus on menstrual blood. All are welcome to join in!
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Cintia Velazquez Marroni 17 Apr 19
A "must" read for anyone who is into and . A necessary reflection for the present of both former empires and colonies.
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Wartburg College History Dept. 22 Oct 19
Attn. alums: a great / job opening.
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Wartburg College History Dept. Jul 10
Replying to @Lutheranrabbi
It would be a great / project!
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Sólveig Hanson May 16
Embracing the theme of history of midwifery & the body, I am pleased to announce the upcoming series 🩸For 5 days every month (starting June 1-5), I will be sharing interesting snapshots from my current research!
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