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Why Twitter and History Belong Together

While reading over the historians and archives I follow on Twitter, I noticed a tendency for these accounts to link historical topics to modern times. 312 more words


Top 10 Medical Advancements of The Decade

Medpage  Today

The first decade of the 21st Century brought a number of discoveries, mistakes, and medical advances that have influenced medicine from the patient’s bedside to the medicine cabinet. 67 more words

Life Extention

The Sanctity of Character

By: Adrienne Dillard

Adrienne Dillard, author of Cor Rotto: A Novel of Catherine Carey, is a graduate with a Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies with emphasis in History from Montana State University-Northern. 1,084 more words

Adrienne Dillard


Twitterstorians : a Hashtag used on Twitter to describe historians who tweet. (I stand to be corrected)


Against authenticity?

Peter York, writing in the Guardian, recently offered a pithy deconstruction of ‘authenticity’ as a con: a vacuous term that ‘implies truthfulness with no uncomfortable requirement for facts’.  569 more words


Archiving Abortion: Sharing One Story At A Time

“I feel like nobody should have to experience anything in life without sharing it. I feel like through our experiences it teaches us a lesson and I feel like we owe it to the world to share it.” That was… 1,573 more words


The backward-looking person

The backward-looking person is by definition some kind of historian: genealogist, stamp collector, spinner of yarns.

Likes: old movies, old pictures, old people, antiques, closets, old wine, old letters, long-unopened boxes, old houses, etiquette, graveyards, and some museums. 109 more words