Understanding Public History

In his article, “Whose Public? Whose History? What is the Goal of Public History?,” Ron Grele writes that public history […]

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Becoming a Public Historian

The field of digital humanities is relatively new to me. My first introduction to it was in my historiography class […]

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Crowdsourcing Digitization Projects

Computers and search technology have changed the way we process text. Google Drive’s search is so good that it can […]

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Deconstructing Wikipedia: Why it is Important

For many years, I was conflicted about the use of Wikipedia in the academic setting. My students were strongly warned […]

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Comparing Digital Tools: Voyant, CartoDB and Palladio

There are a variety of tools that are available for doing digital history. In my last three blog posts, I […]

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