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Archives Month Series on History@Work

Over the past couple of months I have been working with  History@Work affiliate editor Kristin O’Brassill-Kulfan, and NCPH The Public Historian co-editor/Digital Media Editor Nicole Belolan to help pull together a month long series of posts about of archives and public history. This series will be published throughout October (Archives Month in the United States). I’m super…
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Nine Years of Blogging

I know I’ve written about my personal blogging anniversaries before, but I still think it’s worth nothing that September 2017 marks nine years since I started this blog as part of a course requirement for a digital history class I took as part of my MA in Public History.  I know some folks have argued…
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Reading: Unwritten Histories

A few months ago I stumbled across Andrea Eidinger’s Unwritten Histories blog.  If you haven’t already come across her site it’s well worth a visit.  I’ve particularly enjoyed her Historian’s Toolkit posts and her “What’s in My Bag?” series which uses material culture as a lens to examine the past. Andrea has been wonderfully consistent…
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Eight Years of Blogging

I started blogging back in September 2008 as part of a course requirement for a digital history class I took as part of my MA in Public History.  Looking back I have a hard time believing I’ve kept up with the practice for eight years.  There have been the occasional lulls in my writing but…
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Back Writing

As some of you might of noticed my posts have been somewhat infrequently recently.  This was mostly due to hosting problems and very poor customer service from the hosting provider that this website used to be on.  After a lot of frustration my partner moved all of our websites to a new provider and set…
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Onwards and Upwards

In 2008 I started blogging at Historical Reminiscents.  The original impetus for beginning that blog was an assignment as part of a digital history class.  The blog was much longer lasting than the class and has featured over 400 posts since 2008. This past weekend I imported all those old posts, had a domain registered…
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Historical Reminicents: 400 Posts Later

This is the 400th post I’ve written on Historical Reminiscents since I started this blog back in September 2008.  I began this blog for a digital history class I was taking as part of Western University’s Public History MA program.  I had no idea that the blog would be so long lasting or prolific. Over…
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Active History Celebrating Three Years

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…
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Looking Back: 201 Posts Later

Credit: kusito I started the Historical Reminiscents blog in September 2008.  The blog was initially started as part of a Digital History course I was taking during my MA in Public History at UWO.  Since then I’ve graduated, and held a number of positions including: historical researcher, collections assistant, a digitization facilitator, and archives technician. …
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Ontario Heritage Conference: Creating a Heitage Blog

Kayla Jonas of the Adventures in Heritage blog recently presented at the Ontario Heritage Conference. The topic of her session was “Using Websites to Communicate Your Message”.  Kayla’s presentation focused on the use of blogs within the heritage field.  Her presentation used this blog and History to the People as examples of personal heritage blogs. …
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