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Building a Web Voice

Today I had the pleasure of speaking with graduate students in the history department at Southern Methodist University. The department is putting together a blog to develop a community voice (which is amazing) and they asked me to come speak about how to build a web voice as a graduate student. 622 more words



In previous posts, I have called attention to particular words that are relevant to the California condor. This post is about magazine and newspaper articles that include “passing” in their titles. 656 more words


Comps Notes: The "Frontier" in the West

I decided to publish my write-ups from my comprehensive exam reading fields. I am publishing them *as is.* Thus they represent my thoughts as a new PhD student. 3,857 more words

Indigenous, Coal, Anthracite

This is the twenty-third post in my series that explores the most-used words in the top stories shared amongst Environmental Historians and Environmental Humanities scholars on Twitter each week. 364 more words

More on Pseudogryps

An early post to this blog explained the blog’s name. To summarize that older post, Pseudogryps is not a scientific name that was ever formally applied to the California condor or any other species. 679 more words


Early illustrations: 1797-1878

For this, the 100th post to this blog, I present 10 early illustrations of the California condor from books, academic journals, and popular magazines. 470 more words


Reconstructing the structure of cultural assertion: Kadesh AME Zion Church in Edenton, NC

In September 2003 when Hurricane Isabel ravaged the eastern NC coast and traveled inland to Edenton, NC it left insurmountable effects of damages in its wake. 446 more words

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