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Dr. Lindsey Passenger Wieck 58m
We officially have our new scholarship and tenure guidelines published in our faculty handbook! 🎉🎉 It's real, ya'll!
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Chelsea R. Miller Nov 8
If we don't act, we're complicit in harm and violence that has pushed countless public historians out of the field. We must now actively work towards eliminating sexual violence from . Here are my recommendations for public historians & public history organizations.
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Jalane Smash the Fash Schmidt 👩🏾‍🏫📢 Nov 6
Sunday, Nov 10, 2pm: Downtown Confederate monuments walking tour with me and Dr. Andrea Douglas of . Meet at the Courthouse on Jefferson Street.
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25 Texans Film Dec 15
Fun for anyone who has seen our film! And for other folks! is everywhere
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Lacey Beloved by Millenials and 3 Gen Xers Jan 1
In 2020 we talk openly about pay and work together negotiate better conditions
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Ashley Bowen Dec 18
folks, read this thread 👇
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Conor Mulvagh Dec 5
Congratulations to the MA in Public History Class of 2019 who graduated yesterday. A pleasure to work with such a wonderful group of scholars and wishing you all the best of the future. Ad Astra.
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Lisa Taylor Nov 5
peeps - especially those involved in and - I need advice re depositing oral histories in . Can anyone recommend recent resources on best practice for doing this? Nuts and bolts stuff, especially formats (hard drives/CDs/back ups etc).
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Rhiannon T.-E. 1h
We finally installed our exhibit about the old Magnolia Hall
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Liz Skilton Dec 9
We are so excited to announce the opening of our student and community created exhibit on ! Join us next week in downtown Lafayette to tour the , see the final , and talk after .
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J. C. 20h
Last week, almost 50 people turned up at Cabra Library to hear me talk about the Black and Tans & Auxiliaries. This evening, even more people turned up to hear me talk about Partition and the Treaty. Great to see such interest in . Thanks to for hosting.
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Lacey Beloved by Millenials and 3 Gen Xers Nov 22
My grad school classes constantly read about the tenement museum and I wonder how many are discussing their unionization in museum classes today?
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Olwen Purdue Dec 11
So proud of our wonderful students who graduated with an MA in today - glad we caught some of them on camera. Wishing them all the best for the future
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Centre for Applied History Dec 18
'Broadside Ballads Online' is a wonderful resource: . It's searchable, browsable & arranged by year & theme. This fine example from the 19th C is about a 95 yr old woman glad to have avoided the trap of marriage.
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Krista Mccracken Jan 8
I'd love to see posts from public historians, museum folks, and archive professionals as part of this series on material culture. Interested in contributing? Send me a DM or email.
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Meranda Roberts, PhD Nov 30
what questions should I ask the hiring committee for my interview on Wednesday? The job is tenured track and in
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J. C. Dec 18
After 3 months of weekly classes and an average attendance of over twenty, my free course on the Irish Revolution at Ballymun Library finished up today with a discussion about the Civil War followed by tea and a wonderful Irish Castle cake
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Dr. Jessica DeWitt Dec 18
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Marco Madella Dec 12
Looking a pictogram on by TCauvin I feel that we have been really pioneers with our SimulPast project almost 10y ago. We did exhibitions, went to schools, had a blog, produced a video-game. Thanks to all that made this possible
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James Taub Dec 4
Watching in and seeing the American in the room not performing super well. Hey friends, how about replacing him with an American who may not be able to work at NATO, but is definitely a looking to work in AKA me?
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