Archive for the ‘blogging’ Category

We Are Not Alone: Gossip, Advice-giving, Dissent and Virtual Colleagueship

In this draft portion of chapter 1, “Virtually a Historian,” I focus primarily on blogging (it is the next portion of the chapter I blogged a few days ago in this post: thanks to those of you who have already commented!) I begin to address the ways in which historians can feel isolated, as graduate […]

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Birth of a Blogger

This is the introduction to chapter 1, parts of which were first published as “Virtually a Historian: Blogs and the Recent History of Dispossessed Academic Labor,” Historical Reflections/Reflexions Historiques vol. 38. no. 2 (summer, 2012). Portions of chapter 1 will appear on this blog: please feel free to comment on these pieces, and when the […]

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