Today’s What We’re Reading features a cold truth, the art of curation, NEH funding under attack, choosing a digital format for dissertations, and much more!
Today’s What We’re Reading features a critical look at the state of history museums, a new history video game, tips for negotiating an academic job offer, the rapidly rotting Million Dollar Homepage, and much more!
H.R. 4186, also known as the FIRST Act of 2014, is currently working its way through House committees. This act, which authorizes legislation for National Science Foundation (NSF) appropriations, has a number of provisions that should concern historians.
Today’s What We’re Reading features New York’s first subway station, Kathleen Fitzpatrick’s call for rethinking the tenure review process, an interpretive history dance, and much more!
Today’s What We’re Reading features the growing backlash against @HistoryInPics, the long reach of David Brion Davis, a consumer’s guide to graduate school, creepy medical photos from the past, and much more!
Tom Ewing (professor of history and associate dean for research in the College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences at Virginia Tech), coauthor of an article in the January issue of Perspectives on History, has been keeping us updated on projects that use innovative data gathering to report on the spread and severity of the flu this winter.