This morning I received the shocking news that my good friend and colleague Gale Stokes died suddenly over the weekend. Gale was one of the two or three most important leaders of the field we used to call East European … Continue reading →
@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
Now we hear from @sergenoiret on the interaction between local and global approaches to #publichistory. #PHI15 @PH_Weekly @sleonchnm
Day 1 at #PHI15 revolves around the ways that #publichistory can help students critically analyze national master narratives. @PH_Weekly
We had to try that for a couple of hours last week. twitter.com/elikaortega/st…
Black out on the KU campus. Digital Humanities without electricity? Cc @EdwiredMills— Élika Ortega (@elikaortega) October 1, 2015
Black out on the KU campus. Digital Humanities without electricity? Cc @EdwiredMills
Museum devoted to American kitsch in a house built in the 14th century. #Basel #Switzerland pic.twitter.com/TRSVIEm0Wx
Basel, city of alleys. #Switzerland pic.twitter.com/4XvKS0PuK1
@larrywbrown @BoxcarPhoto They were almost dry last time I was there. Awesome!
Looking forward to a robust discussion of the future of teaching #publichistory in Basel this week: gesellschaftswissenschaften-phfhnw.ch/phi2015/ @PH_Weekly
I love the humanities because they remind me what it means to be human, every day. #NEHTurns50