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Lepage Center Oct 23
With so much information about the past available online, today "media literacy" and "historical literacy" are inextricably intertwined, writes our director :
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Torri Yates-Orr Nov 6
When you have a dream about giving a TED talk on the importance of history communication and ’s Nocturnal is your walk-out song. Woke up feeling invincible, gotta be honest.
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Kate Owen Oct 28
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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Torri Yates-Orr Nov 4
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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Ciera Casteel Jun 26
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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Torri Yates-Orr Nov 5
Such an honor to speak to ’s class today at about and . All the students were way cooler than I’ll ever be so the future of is in good hands, y’all.
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Marla Miller Oct 23
Replying to @umassph
Some incredible right there!
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UCLA Luskin Center for History and Policy Oct 21
We're looking forward to seeing you all at our research team's presentation on the history of white nationalism in Southern California. It's a grisly history but an important one to tell.
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Ciera Casteel Jun 27
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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Marla Miller Mar 20
Highlight of my day today: this afternoon's lecture by 's 2019 Writer in Residence , "Clickbait, Hashtags, and Viral Rage: Writing Politics on Social Media—and How We Can Do Better." Looking forward!
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Melissa Clark Nov 6
NPS and DOI museum internship opportunities for current students or recent grads. Applications due Nov 10th.
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Thomas Faith Apr 16
A must-read update on the state of history communication in higher education at the blog, from , , , and .
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Rebecca Ortenberg May 22
OKAY FRIENDS we're in the final stretch of the pledge drive. As of now, we're $85 from our goal of $1,000 in monthly pledges. If we hit it, we'll double our rates for writers! fam, lend us a hand!
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Lepage Center Sep 27
Each year the Lepage Center awards two History Communication Fellowships. These students assist the Center in all the ways it communicates historical scholarship to broader audiences. Meet this year's fellows, Keeley Tulio & James Lyons:
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Chelsea R. Miller Jan 21
This is an awesome example of -- thanks and all for creating this great resource!
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Katrin Boniface Oct 29
Replying to @lindstorian
I sort of am. It's a call for better and...? and an acknowledgement that connections between STEM and Humanities/Social Sciences are often publicly mediated (i.e., via news, public history, magazines, etc)
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Michelle Apr 25
Yesterday, I sat in on a presentation about public affairs communication hosted by GSPM and GAIN. A lot of it was applicable to history communication, so I pulled together a snapshot of my notes.
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Eric Olson Apr 2
Yay! Enabling connections!
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Torri Yates-Orr Oct 14
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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Michelle Jul 7
My worlds colliding. is my day job, but I'm also a certified personal trainer. If anyone needs help with , let me know. Happy to offer resources, make recos, suggest programming, provide support. Excellent idea . Love this!
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