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Sing Your History

I have been riding around with lonely cowboys, energetic flirts, and cynical Brits. I live in Los Angeles now, and so there is always another opportunity to get in your car. Thankfully, there is also a rich mix of radio … Continue reading

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Stephen Pyne’s How-To of History: Thinking, Choosing, Writing

(Apologies to those of you who dutifully waited up Wednesday for this post; it’s that time of semester. But my book manuscript did get finalized as you waited, so it’s a step closer to store shelves!) I was quite impressed … Continue reading

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Increasing Grad Student Participation in Conferences

While at the PCB-AHA this week, one of the conference organizers asked a group of us about ways to stimulate the attendance and participation of graduate students.  This question knocked around in my brain a bit as I talked with … Continue reading

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Episode 8: Paul K. Longmore

In this latest episode of the podcast, historian Paul Longmore discusses the emerging field of disability history, offering recommendations to historians who are interested in pursuing research about disability. Paul is a Professor of History and Director of the Institute … Continue reading

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No More Notecards: Links to web resources

A list of links for my “No More Notecards” workshop. Zotero: ~Adding items into a collection and organizing sources ~Creating a bibliography via Word or GoogleDocs ~Managing your collection through tags ~troubleshooting ~Endnote file transfer (in litigation) Scrivener (for Mac): … Continue reading

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