Hi all-sorry for the late post (I had family in town all day yesterday).
Caitlin, thanks as always for organizing the Summer Camp. The questions that you pose are excellent ways to reflect on our professional practice. I’m sketching out some ideas over the next few weeks about how to incorporate HC work into one of my classes this term; work that…[Read more]
Thanks to @caitlinduffy49 for inviting me to moderate today’s discussion. In addition to everyone’s posts and responses to Caitlin’s questions and prompts, I’ll offer that thinking about your profile and sites should be an ongoing process. Just as creative or analytical writing is a form of knowledge formation/construction,…[Read more]
One area I think that HC can help its members with is the sharing of readings/exam materials. Yes, we’re all interested in posting our working papers and articles, but there’s real value in emerging scholars posting their comps reading lists, as well as departments posting mock lists, expected PhD readings, and similar documentation. To this end,…[Read more]
So…groups have always been tricky for me. I tend to find that (in my areas anyway) that the volume of posting papers/etc. far outweighs the discussion (for the record, I’m equally culpable in publishing material rather than engaging in discussion). I regularly search for topics and groups in and around print culture, book history, and southern…[Read more]
Hi folks! Thanks for the thoughtful start to summer camp. While I’ve been working on my profile this summer in preparation for a soft entry onto the job market this fall, I overlooked the value of posting my upcoming conferences and invited workshops for the fall. As we consider the value of our profiles – not only as a showcase but as a tool to…[Read more]
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