Design Skills: Posters and Outreach

Wooden bench in fall with leaves on the ground. Poster text reads "design skills for public historians"

One of the side projects I'm working on has had me thinking a lot about self-promotion and employment skills.  This thinking has been primarily around what emerging public history professionals should know when they go on the job market and how they can build the strongest resumes and cover letters possible.  Unsurprisingly this line of … Continue reading Design Skills: Posters and Outreach

AlgomaU Profile: Decolonizing and Indigenizing the Academy

My fantastic co-worker Skylee-Storm Hogan and I were recently profiled as part of Algoma University's ongoing efforts to highlight the great work going on at the university. The profile focuses on our work relating to decolonization and indigenization with an emphasis on the "Doing The Work: The Historian's Place in Indigenization and Decolonization" Active History … Continue reading AlgomaU Profile: Decolonizing and Indigenizing the Academy

Mental Health Awareness and Support

In the nine years I've had this blog I've started and deleted variations of a post on mental health many times.  I've written about self-care, historical trauma, or emotional labour in heritage fields.  These topics all relate to mental health but they also dance around some of the harder hitting closer to home issues associated … Continue reading Mental Health Awareness and Support