Tag Archives: academic blogging

Confessions of a Blogger Historian

I’ve been blogging nearly every day for five years. I find it seductive. Each day I experiment with trying to tell a tale in staccato style. Punctuation, backstory, and truth are less important than the story of the moment. Hyperlinks … Continue reading

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Academic Blogging

To blog or not to blog? Will it hurt or enhance a career? In what ways can it augment academic book sales and foster community? Adam Kotsko‘s (tongue in cheek) reply: The monograph: dead. The peer-reviewed journal: dead. The classroom: … Continue reading

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