When you’re first getting started on Twitter, it can be a bit overwhelming. There are millions of users, and it seems that among the babble, there is little of use to professional historians. However, there are hundreds of so-called “Twitterstorians” who have created a robust and active community over the past several years (click here to … More Who Should I Follow on Twitter and What Should I Do Once I Follow Them?
You will notice that the details for the syllabus and for the lectures have not been filled in yet. I will have the syllabus ready by the first day of class. The details for lecture, including readings and assignments, will also be ready by the first day of class. However, I will add supplementary information, … More Syllabus and Lecture Details
I hope that all of you have a had an enjoyable vacation. Believe it or not, classes begin in just over a week. I’ve already posted a list of books that we will be using in this class. So, please have a look. There are a good number that you don’t have to purchase because … More Getting Ready for the First Day of Class
I am currently putting together the syllabus. It will be ready by the first day of class. However, if you’re thinking about what books to purchase, the reading list is below. I have noted which books are available as open access. You will note that you will not have to purchase many books for this … More Syllabus