I’ve been more than a bit absent from actively publishing tattoo-history related research and news on both this website and its companion social media accounts. If you’re curious as to why, I decided to go back to school for a *very intensive* program in data science (like I-can-barely-find-time-to-shower intensive, if that’s any indication of the rigor of this program I’m in). 117 more words
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Media literacy courses should be offered throughout the US and around the world; pretty much anywhere there is heavy usage of digital media technologies.
This is actually my official stance on how to combat the pervasive antisocial behavior, trolling, and spreading of misinformation/falsehoods in online spaces. 788 more words
Our friend John Fea recently shared a link to a post entitled “23 of the Best Jobs for History Majors.” Compiled by James Mulvey, an English major-turned-software marketer, it lists “careers that pay well, complement the skills taught in History departments and have long-term growth.” While some would probably come to mind quickly — journalist, museum exhibit designer, perhaps political campaign manager, several prizing research skills — others are much more surprising. 64 more words