CHNM “Blogosphere”

The Center for History and New Media has always been on the cutting edge of technology and scholarship, and today a new resource joins the already extensive CHNM site: the CHNM blogosphere. Visit us to read CHNM faculty and staff member perspectives on trends in digital history and traditional historical scholarship.

Nate Agrin’s web tech / random topic blog explores current events and how the world is affected by information sharing. See also Nate’s open code notebook at quirks.exposured.

Sheila Brennan looks at the online museum world and history resources, with detours into discussions about life in Texas and dissertation work.

Jeremy Boggs post thoughts houghts on how historians can use the electronic form as a tool for academic and educational expression.

Dan Cohen covers the digital humanities, the world of Google and search technologies, and programming and software for academics.

Josh Greenberg’s blog Epistemographer includes his thoughts on new web technologies, science and technology studies, and related topics.

Stephanie Hurter explores topics related to the history of print and public expression and how technology and new media affected (and continue to affect) these things.

Mills Kelly maintains a blog devoted to the teaching and learning of history online.

Sharon Leon posting cover history, religion, science and occasional cultural topics.

Tom Scheinfeldt’s blog, Found History, chronicles the myriad ways and places non-professionals do history – sometimes without even knowing it.


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