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Kristin OK
(Public) Historian at Rutgers. Author of Vagrants & Vagabonds: Poverty and Mobility in the Early American Republic (NYU Press, 2019). Views my own.
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"Theatre has been too long overlooked as a meaningful interpretive site." Today on History@Work, read about the power of theater to highlight "histories too long absent from public view."
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Kristin OK Mar 27
Replying to @activisthistory
Just ordered this and can't wait to read it!!!
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Kristin OK Mar 27
Replying to @malgorzatar
ME TOO! Databases can't seem to handle two forms of punctuation in one name
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Chelsea R. Miller Mar 27
URGENT: Call & on behalf of thousands of incarcerated NYers and Californians who are vulnerable to . Prisons, jails & detention centers are no place to quarantine or protect people from this pandemic. Tell them to !
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Kristin OK Mar 27
Wonderful!
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Kristin OK Mar 27
Could be of interest to some members!
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Kristin OK Mar 26
Yes!! has so many great essays. I've assigned the Eastern State Penitentiary virtual tour and Museum of the American Revolution virtual tour currently - excited to read students' responses to them! & digital exhibits at National Museum of Women's History
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Kristin OK Mar 26
Replying to @JulioCapoJr @ncph
I've also been leaning heavily on a backlog of amazing blog posts & case studies from on History@Work: - so many good projects discussed here that work really well as jumping off points for students to investigate!
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Kristin OK Mar 26
Replying to @JulioCapoJr
This is a challenge, especially for placements & projects relying on place-based epistemology! I've been assigning virtual museum tours and digital exhibit walkthroughs and responses as replacements for site visits, etc. & here are some of the articles we're reading this semester
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Kristin OK Mar 24
Replying to @ashleytrubin
Those...do not sound like options.
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Kristin OK Mar 24
Replying to @kitmikey
No worries - thanks!
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Scott Hechinger Mar 23
PLEASE READ: Conditions on Rikers are unimaginably bad. My colleague has spoken to a few people trapped inside. What they told her is horrifying. Unless , , & all DAs do something ASAP, we're looking at mass death. What they're reporting:
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Kristin OK Mar 24
Hi everyone: Don't want to be involved in this kerfuffle -- please remove me from any retweets, thanks! I was just trying to share a helpful resource and do due diligence re: a student's question.
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Kristin OK Mar 24
Hi there: just following up on this student's question, not making accusations; polite responses appreciated!
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Kristin OK Mar 24
Thanks for pushing this -- do you have an explanation? Holding off on making a donation myself until this is clearer. Thanks.
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Kristin OK Mar 24
Replying to @obrassillkulfan
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Dan Berger Mar 24
Public health requires immediate decarceration. Every minute wasted is tallied in the loss of life, inside and out.
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Sandhya Kajeepeta Mar 24
Our new research shows how the jail system contributes to widespread infectious disease deaths - even under normal conditions. Dramatically reducing jail populations now is a public health imperative & my latest in :
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Kristin OK Mar 24
According to their website, they'll distribute funds out to 3 partner orgs: Believe in Students, Edquity, and the Rise Education Fund
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Kristin OK Mar 24
thanks for flagging - deleted tweet!
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