Anyone who has attended Canadian Historical Association or Association of Canadian Archivists or any other mainstream academic conference is familiar with what more traditional conference sessions look like. There are typically two or three presenters per session and the majority of presenters simply read a formal paper. These papers are at times accompanied by a … Continue reading Conference Engagement: Presentations and Papers
The #reverb10 prompt for December 18th was:Try. What do you want to try next year? Is there something you wanted to try in 2010? What happened when you did/didn't go for it? Next year I want to try to write more. I would like to continue to blog on a frequent basis and write about … Continue reading Writing in 2011
This week I attended the CHA conference at Carleton University. I had originally planned to write about my experience daily, however the busy nature of the conference has resulted in this series of posts being posted a few days following the conference.The first session I attended was entitled "Indigenous Historical Methodology: Beyond the Footnote." The … Continue reading CHA Conference. Day 1: From Footnotes to Songs to Cookbooks.