The National Archives‘ new “Discovering the Civil War” exhibit reexamines this well-visited topic through primary documents presented in new ways, like through videos and interactive touch-screens.
The exhibit at the Lawrence F. O’Brien Gallery of National Archives has
We start off this week with a selection of articles on history and new media. First up, Slate magazine looks at how historians may use the Twitter archive in the future. Then, listen to a Digital Campus podcast on “social
This past Monday actor Robert Duvall sent news agencies buzzing when he said “he will help preservationists in ‘chasing out’ [Wal-mart] from a site near the Wilderness Battlefield” where they are planning on building a 138,000 square-foot supercenter (a
With digital history growing exponentially, it seems new history podcasts are popping up nearly daily. Consequently, we’ve decided to run a supplementary article (to our earlier podcast post) to note other interesting podcasts you might enjoy.
For those not