Historical Reminiscents EP 35: Approaching Collaboration

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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 … Continue reading Historical Reminiscents EP 35: Approaching Collaboration

Historical Reminiscents EP 30: Podcasting As Scholarship

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While attending the Canadian Historical Association annual meeting in Regina I attended a meetup for the Secret Feminist Agenda podcast.  Part of this meetup included a launch of the open peer review of the podcast.  This experience got me thinking about the scholarship behind podcasting.  Can podcasts count as academic work? Do they need to … Continue reading Historical Reminiscents EP 30: Podcasting As Scholarship

Building Bridges and Reading Across Disciplines

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During one of my recent writing projects I started thinking about the implications of disciplinary silos and the value to reading across disciplines. A lot of my work is grounded in archival theory and public history practice, however it often intersects with the Canadian academic history profession.  From an outsider differentiating these three disciplines may … Continue reading Building Bridges and Reading Across Disciplines

Open Access and Community Engaged Research

If you follow me on Twitter you know I've been thinking a lot about the implications of paywalls on community engaged research.  My recent article, “Archival photographs in perspective: Indian residential school images of health” that is now out in the British Journal of Canadian Studies (volume 30, issue 2) is currently behind a paywall. … Continue reading Open Access and Community Engaged Research