The pairing of reading(s) and websites this week forced me once again to address my own stubbornly linear mode of reading, perhaps more blatantly than other readings in the syllabus have. Like the extremely linear person I tend to be when … Continue reading
Monthly Archives: September 2011
I found the articles we read for class this week to be very challenging (not only because some of the terminology was completely alien to me), as they forced me to think about the way I have always approached the … Continue reading
This post is not directly related to the readings in our classes last week, however, after commenting on Megan’s blog post I thought I might open my thoughts up to the class-at-large. I’m not sure if any of you are … Continue reading
By way of introduction, I will say that, outside of the more basic functions of digital history (i.e. online searching, email, class wikis, etc.) I have almost no experience with digital history as a field or methodology or genre or … Continue reading
And so begins my first history-related blog. Soon to be more content rich!