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Bibliographies and Sharing Information

On Monday, July 18, 2016 the NHPRC –funded “Family, Immigration, and History: Grade 10 Citizen Archivists in the Digital Age” kicked off with an evening of training, camaraderie, food, and visitors. 91 more words

Digital History

Preservation & Access in the Lee Family Digital Archive

This post is part of a series featuring behind-the-scenes dispatches from our Pohanka Interns on the front lines of history this summer as interpreters, archivists, and preservationists.  504 more words

Public History

The Spread of U.S. Slavery, 1790–1860

Here’s an outstanding digital history tool from Professor Lincoln Mullen of George Mason University. This is an outstanding project and provides us some awesome views based on the US Census. 7 more words


Doing Digital History 2016

One highlight for me this summer is the opportunity to participate in a National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Summer Seminar called “Doing Digital History 2016.” 142 more words

Guest Post: It’s Pronounced “Woo-ster”: The OIEAHC's 22nd Annual Conference Recap

Andrew Johnson (@dajohnsonii) is a doctoral candidate in history at Rice University. His work explores the social and cultural intersections stemming from the trades in captive peoples, both Native American and trans-Atlantic, who happened to find themselves in colonial South Carolina and situates enslaved Native Americans in the more-studied development of slavery in the colony. 919 more words


The benefits of frontier-free science

It’s hard to pin down what we actually lose if the free movement of people and ideas diminishes or dies.

Scotland’s historic close links with Europe help explain its overwhelming vote to stay in the EU. 797 more words

History On The Web

Exit Report

This month marks the end of my two-year Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR) Postdoctoral Fellowship at Bryn Mawr College. Twice a year, CLIR asks all fellows to report on our accomplishment, goals, and challenges, and I’ve decided to make public and expand upon my most recent entry, the exit report. 1,825 more words

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