Regular readers of this blog will know already that over the years I’ve leveled more than my fair share of criticism at the American Historical Association on a whole variety of issues, some big, some small. And, along the way, … Continue reading →
@epiktistes Of course, we're 18-25 in the same stretch, so I'd take 24-21.
@epiktistes Hard to believe that in their last 45 games VTech is just 24-21.
@epiktistes Case in point: Oklahoma 63, Texas 21 (2012). Just sayin...
@epiktistes I'd love to hear Mack riff on how, with that one exception, his teams always got hugely blown out once each season.
@epiktistes That would explain a lot. I think we should hire Ralph Friedgen. He was 9-2 his last year at UMD...
@jonbecker I'm old school. Use it every day. But I worry they'll kill it because they'll need the name for their cars.
@jonbecker One can almost never have too much brisket.
@epiktistes Pretty much everything about VTech football is bad. Alas, everything about UVA football is worse.
@briancroxall Leave it to @google to make me feel special.
Funny, I thought "Mr. @georgemasonu" was @CabreraAngel. Apparently, @google thinks I'm that guy... pic.twitter.com/ar1SFzwhsd
If you have a rainy afternoon in #Basel, the Fondation #Beyeler is a great place to be. pic.twitter.com/EbAjp4P6QE
Oy! Truly bad. twitter.com/globalhighered…
1/ World Regions geography done badly, v badly, by @MHEducation http://t.co/UgT9HZP374 | http://t.co/iOjoH27Rmw pic.twitter.com/ZFBaRRw9uV— Kris Olds (@GlobalHigherEd) October 6, 2015
1/ World Regions geography done badly, v badly, by @MHEducation http://t.co/UgT9HZP374 | http://t.co/iOjoH27Rmw pic.twitter.com/ZFBaRRw9uV
Very interesting overview of Australian history education by @RobertJParkes in #Basel this morning.
I'm pretty happy I get to hear @daisymsc on 'Learning History as Contested Narratives' today here in #Basel. #twitterstorians @kschrum
Quite the view from Mount #Pilatus. #Switzerland #alps pic.twitter.com/6UnyOttf9j
Apparently, the USSR is back to its old tricks (last sentence in main paragraph). @TheEconomist @stevenabarnes3 pic.twitter.com/YOWvsnRJNr
Conference venues in #Basel are more civilized than your typical Hilton hotel in the US. Just saying... pic.twitter.com/IjTBGEyUgP
I'm feeling envious of today's presenters at #PHI15. How do you get the title 'Professor of Teaching and Learning History'? #PublicHistory
@walt828 No! We just recorded a new edition yesterday.
I love that @sergenoiret cites Carl Becker's 1931 'Mr. Everyman' @AHAhistorians presidential address. #PHI15 @PH_Weekly