Head on over to ActiveHistory.ca to check out a great summary by Jim Clifford on the past three years of the Active History site. It’s hard to believe that it was four years ago, in 2008 when I traveled to York University for the Active History symposium. Since the symposium and the development of the Active History site, a wide range of conceptions of active history have been shared via Active History.
I’m constantly being exposed to new ideas and types of history via the group blog. I’ve went from admiring the site from afar to being fortunate enough to contribute to the site as a blogger and currently as a member of the editorial collective. It has been great to see the Active History website develop, grow, and begin to thrive. I sincerely hope that things continue as positively in the future!