Jimmy Seale Collazo on the prospects of online learning, and a dangerous managerial vision that seeks to alienate educators from their work
By adopting a fine-grained, street-level perspective, we can see how everyday individuals have helped to shape the history of our city, says historian Marni Davis.
When I made the decision to switch to a non-thesis track M.A. in History, I admit doing so […]
Fannin County, Georgia is a rapidly changing place. The best-known town in the county is Blue Ridge, which […]
The history of the Deaf community has gotten short shrift in the broad currents of mainstream historiography. People of varying […]
(This post is part of our ongoing attempt to “live-blog” our participation in community-based history in South El […]
Videri is a wiki about history and historiography. It consists of summaries of historical and theoretical works, along […]