Collaboration is becoming more and more common in the workplace and in academia. However, collaborative work practices aren’t something that are typically emphasized in humanities graduate programming. In today’s episode I talk about the impact of collaboration on scholarship and how to reach out to potential collaborators.
I would love to hear other perspectives on the value of collaboration within academia and public history, leave a comment or send me a message on Twitter.
Mentioned in this episode:
-Lynne Siemens, “More Hands Means More Ideas: Collaboration in the Humanities”
-Seth Denbo, “Whose Work Is It Really?”
– Christine Saidi, Catherine Cymone Fourshey, and Rhonda M. Gonzales “When Historians Collaborate, Scholarship Benefits”
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