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Best History Blogging, Tweeting, and Podcasting: Winners of the 2011 Cliopatria Awards

2011 Cliopatria AwardsThe Cliopatria blog at HNN recognizes the best history blogging on the web through its annual Cliopatria Awards (given out since 2005). The 2011 awards were expanded beyond blogs to include the best history Twitter feed and podcast. Congratulations to all the winners, listed below. What are your favorite history blogs, Twitter feeds, and podcasts online? Let us know in the comments.

2011 Cliopatria Award Winners
Learn more about each of these winning sites in this post on the Cliopatria blog.

2011 Cliopatria Awards – Nominations Due Wednesday

2011 Cliopatria AwardsCliopatria, a group blog on the History News Network, is accepting nominations for its 2011 Cliopatria Awards until this Wednesday, November 30, 2011. Help to “recognize the best history writing in the blogosphere” by submitting nominations in eight categories:

The winners will be announced at the upcoming 126th annual meeting in Chicago. See winners of Cliopatria Awards from past years here.

November 28, 2011

Top AHA Today Blog Posts of 2010

History Theres an app for that was a top post of 2010What are your favorite posts, or types of posts on AHA Today? Do you come for the latest online resources, annual meeting posts, or thoughts from the executive director? Are you a regular follower of our Thursday roundup of “What We’re Reading”?

We’re curious as to what you want to read, and so we looked back at our traffic statistics from 2010 to find some of the most popular blog posts. Read on and revisit below:

  1. Troubling News on Job Market for History PhDs
    Days before the 124th Annual Meeting in 2010 in San Diego, Robert Townsend put up a blog post on the job market for historians.