I spent this week at the Canadian Historical Association (CHA) annual meeting. I was pleasantly surprised by the range of context at this year’s meeting and was thrilled to be able to listen to so many great sessions on public history and Indigenous history.
I live tweeted the majority of the sessions I attended. I tend to use this as a form of note taking, the tweets definitely aren’t perfect but they provide a nice summary of what was covered by the presenters.
I’m still thinking about the best way to preserve these tweets, but I have made one of the panels – the “Subverting Traditional Historiographies: Seeking Diversity in the Archives and Beyond” panel – into a Twitter moment. I’d like to do this for all of the panels I tweeted, but it might have to wait until I have more time next week.