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michelle orihel
Associate Professor, Everything 1790s, Opposition Politics
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michelle orihel 8h
Replying to @BenjaminEPark
Yes very sad indeed
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michelle orihel 8h
My modem decided to break down during midterm season so my internet access is spotty. Today I parked in a friend’s driveway, accessed WiFi, and had one of the most efficient grading sessions ever! If that’s not peak 2020 professor life I don’t know what is!
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michelle orihel 11h
So far I’m sticking to my 30 min of writing 5x weekly. I forced myself to wake up 30 min early today to squeeze in some writing time.
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michelle orihel 11h
Replying to @BryanBanksPhD
I enjoy hearing about your progress!
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michelle orihel Oct 25
Replying to @ccjones13
He’s practicing for the future!
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michelle orihel Oct 25
Replying to @SpencerWMcBride
For this reason I’ve resolved to put up my Christmas tree early — probably in mid-November!
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michelle orihel Oct 25
Replying to @ccjones13
Next year it will be in Ogden (hopefully if things are normal)
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michelle orihel Oct 25
❤️❤️❤️
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michelle orihel Oct 25
Replying to @RobertHBlackma1
That’s a good one too! Anything by Chartier or Darnton.
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michelle orihel Oct 25
Elizabeth Eisenstein’s “The Printing Revolution in Early Modern Europe,” which I read in a print culture seminar in my fourth year undergrad.
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michelle orihel Oct 25
Replying to @sweddy65
And you too! Let’s hope we can meet in person in 2021!
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michelle orihel Oct 24
Replying to @michelle_orihel
FREAC= Front-Range Early Americanist Conference. The best early Americanists around!
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michelle orihel Oct 24
Participated in a fantastic FREAC conference today. Got great feedback on a chapter that I had some doubts about. I feel inspired to push on with it!
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michelle orihel Oct 24
I arrived early to my Zoom conference today, but then started to wonder where everyone else was. Turns out I clicked on happy hour link instead of conference link. This is the Zoom equivalent of going straight to bar?
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michelle orihel Oct 23
This has happened to me too. I just find it creepy!
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michelle orihel Oct 21
I’m loving all of Ballard’s diary entries from 1793, the year of revolution and geopolitical upheaval that I study. The diary is a good reminder to me that the everyday life of family, household tasks, and food prep continued despite the struggle.
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michelle orihel Oct 21
Replying to @SusanLiebell
True. The thing I’ve learned over the years is that there will always be a range of responses to one’s work and I can still learn something from the negative/ brutal reviews!
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michelle orihel Oct 21
Got a R&R from a journal. Having work reviewed can be brutal and overwhelming, but I appreciate the unpaid work of 3 reviewers and editor whose extensive comments will greatly improve my article. I’m grateful they invested their time in my work!
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michelle orihel Oct 21
I tell students learning is part of their life. It’s fine seeing or hearing their kids in the background, for example. Those kids will grow up knowing their parents value education.
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michelle orihel Oct 20
Great story, but very stressful!
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