The American Historical Association has entered the blogosphere. The AHA’s Blog AHA Today premiered on September 28, but not much happened there until this week when staff members began posting more regularly. It will be interesting to see how an organization like the AHA uses the relative freedom of blogging to engage both its members and the general public in discussions about history and the historical profession. Individual bloggers are limited in what they say only by their own sense of what constitutes good taste and relevant material. Membership organizations like the AHA also have to answer to their members and so may find it more difficult to use blogging. Stay tuned…
- Jasmine Alinder on What Keeps You Up At Night?
- Malou Twynam on Why I’m Proud of the AHA
- Academic Service in a Digital Age | Tunasema Kuhusu Historia on Making Digital Scholarship Count
- Mills on History Spaces (V)
- Sur Peter Haber et son Digital Past – Retour du séminaire #DHEHESS | Frédéric Clavert on The Digital Past as Seen From Switzerland