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No-Knead and Sourdough: Baking in the Age of COVID-19

Meandering bread post ahead! Stay tuned for more web archiving content soon.. When I’ve been on parental leave (twice), …

New Paper: We Could, but Should We? Ethical Considerations for Providing Access to GeoCities and Other Historical Digital Collections

Jimmy Lin, Douglas W. Oard, Nick Ruest, Katie Shilton, and myself recently published a new paper: “We Could, but Should We? …

Emergency Remote Teaching: A Post Secondary Reality Check

Cross-posted from ActiveHistory.ca They fell like dominoes throughout the week as the implications of the COVID-19 pandemic became …

Review of the SAGE Handbook of Web History in Choice Reviews

A nice review in Choice Reviews by Charles Tappert at Pace University. To sum, The SAGE Handbook of Web History (co-edited by Niels …

Review of History in the Age of Abundance in Business History

Adam Nix, a lecturer in business and management at De Montford University, has just published a review of History in the Age of …

Informing "The Smartphone Has Changed How History Is Written"

One of my favourite publications is The Atlantic, so I was thrilled when Alexis Madrigal reached out in the wake of the popularity …

TVO's The Agenda: The Undoing of History

I had the great pleasure of appearing on TVO’s The Agenda with Steve Paikin, a fantastic current-affairs show that, to my mind, …

Review of History in the Age of Abundance in Internet Histories

Max Kemman, a recent PhD and now researcher/consultant (with a great and active blog), has just published a review of History in the …

Re-Posted from the Conversation: Don’t despair if your teen wants to major in history instead of science

Ian Milligan, University of Waterloo It might be your worst nightmare. Your child, sitting at the kitchen table, slides you a brochure …

A Blast from the Past: My SSHRC Postdoctoral Fellowship Application

The most popular thing I probably ever wrote on my old site was my SSHRC Postdoctoral Fellowship statement of interest. So here it is …