Today’s What We’re Reading features the centenary of the beginning of World War I, a 1762 recipe for rabbit pie, a cross-discipline placement study on PhD employment, what librarians really look like, and 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!
This guest post is co-authored by Katharina Hering, Michael Kramer, Joshua Sternfeld, and Kate Theimer.
Today’s What We’re Reading features a new perspective on the History Engine, forecasting an all digital-born world, one school’s difficult fight with history, and much more!
We have come a long way since Raymond Tomlinson sent the first exploratory e-mail in 1971.
In today’s What We’re Reading, we feature the latest conversation relating to the National Association of Scholars’ report on Bowdoin, a look at one of the first “living archives,” a visual tour of duplitecture in China, and more!
The US National Archives (NARA) recently held its annual Preservation EXPOsed! event in Washington, DC, highlighting a diverse slate of preservation specialists and topics.