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Maeve Kane

@MaeveKane

Assistant Professor | indigenous and digital history | material culture and early America

Albany
Joined June 2011

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Why study history !

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I just love grenadier caps so much.

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Today 1783: Britain issues Proclamation of Cessation of Hostilities. Bearskin grenadier cap:

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Taking notes in public vs

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Forgotten Founders – The Modern Significance of the Haudenosaunee Application for Membership in the League of Nations

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The New School recaps its Humanities Action Lab launch + : h/t

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A. If you torture data long enough, they will confess to anything. B. Who will. A. I’m not sure. My work is qualitative.

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Have a question for ? Ask using for a chance to have it answered by her on Feb. 3!

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Find a summer internships for hist mjrs/minors and get credit , info session Feb 4 @ 4-5:30pm Social Science 145

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Save the Date! Karen Kupperman will be Standish Rm Feb26 1:15pm for “Rain Dance: Religious Contests Over Nature in Early America”

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Capital District Feminist Studies Conference is today in Campus Center Assembly Hall 9a-6p. I present :15!

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Announcing our next big project: The NYC Space/Time Directory! We’re winners of News Challenge!

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Actual semester goals:

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gain d4+1 dry erase markers in Purse of Holding every time you leave a classroom

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The average librarian’s cardigan conceals two pencils, one flask and, one emergency kitten

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Archival studies as the reproduction of , or archival education as a “…practice of freedom.” –Dr. Kelvin White

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Great wkshp w in today

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Goal for this semester: get better at hitting correct buttons on phone

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Thanks! What pedagogy training I got was abt teaching content, which is important, but how to learn seems longer lasting

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Things that went well: super engaged, patient students

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Things that went well: classroom technology support has a stealth emergency button for profs who can’t figure out projectors (me!)

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Things that went well this week: has great, super responsive customer service and support

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First week teaching speedbumps:

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. Special Collections makes available 15hrs audio by via

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NEW POST: ‘Natural & Early Synthetic Textile Dyes – a study in Philadelphia’.

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Great writing date w/ but no word count unless 7 index cards full of tiny handwritten revision plans count.

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Celebrate ! Signature of President George Washington on the of of 1794

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Great things about campus: not having to go outside to get to class. Not great thing: not going outside all day

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Second day of class, had some computer glitches, ran into a student from last semester, feeling like a grown up professor

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Thanks to a student engagement grant, yesterday & I co-taught first session of & !

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Clothing that protects you from the incoming calls and other electronic communication

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Hey RT : a history of the fashioning of women’s pockets, by for :

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MT@Textilisnet: Very rare C18th linen breeches – worn & patched. Sweden. Via:

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If only I was as productive all semester as I am the week before class when procrastinating/rushing to finish things before classes start

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I think my real reason for going to grad school was so that I could teach all the classes I wish I’d been able to take

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Dream class: clothing history with a different themed hat for each lecture. Students learn to sew, spin, knit or embroider.

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Grenadier’s hats are maybe my favorite kind of hats. I’d love to do a project on the silliness of early modern military uniforms.

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Article submitted! I want a genadier’s cap to celebrate.

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Grenadier Officer’s Mitre Cap, 1763-1768

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PROGRAM: “LECTURE Uncovered: Textile Treasure in an Attic Trunk” at this weekend:

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Costume designer for “Selma” talks about clothing & the civil rights movement by

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That feel when you set out very sure you know where you’re going and then realize you’ve walked a long way in the wrong direction

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True, and its not always the case even for people who did ugrad archival research (and the scale is so much bigger in grad too)

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From now on I will advise all new grad students to attend as soon in their grad careers as possible. I wish I had.

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It was def one of the most helpful parts of my first year of grad school, but I’ve never taken archival notes longhand

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I had an intro to note taking best practice methods early in my grad career, but focus was on keeping physical notebooks safe and organized

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disc of note taking methods best practices connects to this mornings disc of need for intro to dh early in grad career

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. on structuring your data during the note taking process–an argument for dh as mindset rather than/as well as method?

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I really love this conversation about the multiple productive worlds contained within Failure.

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on the importance of using many tools and techniques to do , not just specializing in one —

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I wasn’t in the future of thatcamp session, but advanced tracks/in depth sessions rather than intro to tool sessions would be very welcome

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.: How do we place documents spatially the way we place them chronologically in historical research?

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I’d be in, any excuse to come down to the city :D

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I’ve spent so much time in 17thc Albany it makes modern Albany feel foreign–totally different studying vs living in a place

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MT : has mobile responsive themes, so you can make any site mobile, like .

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I would love to, there’s a lot going on but it’s sometimes hard to know where to focus while being new in town

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RT : My in progress syllabus for sp15 grad dh sampler course:

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thanks for the catch, typing too quick on the phone today!

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All good tools for what they do, but frustrating when trying to use for other purposes

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Omeka focused on curation and archiving, historypin has app issues, other platforms have discoverability issues.

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AR session : frustrations with using tools not meant for historians’ or Ss uses; need for smth like Zotero, built for it?

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All of my contributions so far today have been about things I’m frustrated with

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My in progress syllabus for sp15 grad dh sampler course:

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re. grad ed: i still continue to feel that digital history should be transformative in some way. not just tools.

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Challenges for dh grad ed: faculty support, datasets to learn on, visibility and availability of training opportunities

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Thank you for providing guest WiFi for !

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I kept a list of the digital projects that came across the twitter feed. Likely incomplete, but a start:

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Huge turnout of first timers at , I feel like I’m in good company

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Protestors gather inside the Capitol calling for an increase in the sub-minimum tipped wage

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Hill and aud: broad surv gives Ss sense of range and importance of major advertises other courses as topics catch interest

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Hill and aud: broad us surv and letting go of focus on content coverage allows for skill development (1/2)

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Betty: broadening survey does not necessarily mean losing smth else, just means refocusing themes in other areas

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Hill: focusing on an overarching theme (labor, etc) helps Ss buy in to a non-pilgrims and patriots narrative

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Sarah Boyle: comparative persp in us survey can help bring Ss away from inevitably narratives

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Totally feeling . on the lure of making pretty pictures, and the frustration of wanting a Gephi.

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Forss: historic and student mapmaking as ped, tool to emphasize multiple reconstructions of hist narratives

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Amy Forss: maps/mapmaking connects pacific/Atlantic, increases student buy-in, gives Ss sense of physicality of pr. sources

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Tracey Lai: changing/declining enrollments necessitate a reevaluation of how and why we teach what we teach

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Hill: pacific/Atlantic us surv connects local/global histories and personalizes environmental host

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Hill: getting beyond trad surv opens Ss to wider range of primary sources, helps motivate Ss in developmental writing

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Kimberley Hill: focus on labor in a pacific/Atlantic us surv helps Ss make connections to issues of modern human trafficking

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(This is my first pecha kucha ever, I like the format and the energy. Good blend of panel and roundtable)

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Betty: integrating pacific and Atlantic in us survey also a way of foregrounding Native agency, survivance

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Betty: cotton, trade, settlement expansion and slavery crisis narratives a way of tying Atlantic to pacific in survey

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Betty: but in fact, many issues taught in standard us survey are pacific; more a matter of making that explicit to students

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Gerald Betty: Atlantic integration in early us survey mostly accepted, pacific seen as challenging and distant

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Cassity: beginning w/western discovery of pacific reifies euro persp; including pacific in us surv as anticolonial pedagogy

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Brian Cassity on pacific world in us survey: scale, paradigm, sources as barriers; religion, western expansion a connection

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. Articulating the importance of the major means articulating what kind of student your campus wants to foster

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Articulating the importance of the major means articulating the importance of history and the skills we teach

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what are students getting out of the major? How does it shape lives beyond the campus? How to make the implicit explicit?

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. retaining majors in an era of declining college enrollments and administrative focus on STEM means more focused “tuning”

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I’m not really surprised by that, I never took a traditional hist survey and don’t think I would have enjoyed it

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Anne Hyde on where students turn away from the major: traditional survey as gateway a turn off to potential host majors

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Christmas = explaining my job to extended family via their genealogy projects

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Dec 18, 1844: The 1st classes were held at ‘s predecessor, the NYS Normal School. Happy 170th Birthday!

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The replica of the Half Moon is headed to the city Hoorn, Netherlands, for its new home port next year, board says.

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Visit the History Librarian today from 2-5 and see our new exhibit: NY Naturally–including a giant map of trees.

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RT A clever way to show how ancient ruins looked like // olde-fangled AR!

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Decolonizing the Digital — Indigenous Literary Studies Association

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so cool MT : PhD internship in programming languages and machine knitting. You read that correctly.

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New York State tree lighting & fireworks at Empire State Plaza

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looking forward to hearing how this went, I’m thinking of doing something similar for an Atlantic world course

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Newly-digitized documents from the NYC municipal archives now online, covering years 1647-1661

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it was all about brown, not wilson: bigram bubble lines

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From : How 120 million books helped win , by Molly Guptill Manning,

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Public/digital student history projects as way of improving writing –amazing what students were able to find

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Good questions from the audience–Douglass’, fidelity of reprint, circulation and reader reception

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Tetrault on the physicality of 1870 reprint of 1848 Convention report as part of claiming ownership of suffrage memory

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Tetrault:memory of suffrage origin from 1850 to 1848 result of “drawing lines of succession” w/in fractured women’s movement

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Tetrault: Memory making of suffrage about pushing back against erasure of women in post Civil War anniversary celebrations

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Tetrault on mythmaking, origins and the forgetting of “struggles within the struggle” for suffrage at

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Big turnout today for Lisa Tetrault’s talk this afternoon at

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Great discussion of finding criminal women this morning at –limits on method and suspicion of single women in 19th c NY

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Great papers today @ on global and local perspectives in Haudenosaunee history

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I love that part. Makes starting a new writing project much less daunting than looking at an empty doc by itself.

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Lovely new map of London’s old coffee houses, via Spitalfields Life

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that game looks so good. I’m trying to decide btwn teaching narrative w that or next spring

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I did some OCR –both more and less painful than expected

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it’s seriously my favorite thing ever and I miss it so much already

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it’s a little applet that gives off campus access to things w/o going through the lib website

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if there’s one thing I’ll miss about grad school though, is how magical passkey is

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it’s three months since the degree date, I think (I filed for the summer deadline)

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My Cornell digital lib access got switched from student to alumni today–weird that this is the thing that makes the degree feel most real

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“The Rough Riders”- The UAlbany History Department participated in the first Albany…

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Finished the upgrade to Yosemite and it’s good so far, just feels weird–like someone moved all the furniture around while I was gone

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Any know of ugrad internships or other student programs which specificically seek skills?

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Finally taking the plunge with Yosemite, trying not to watch the download bar

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ha, so true-I want to do this earlier next time so they see what work goes into what we read and where books/articles come from

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It’s been fun helping them work past &w frustrations, they’re not working on my period but reminds me why I enjoy what I work on

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They’ve been on a roller coaster of emotions-last week they were really frustrated with limits, this week they’re energized

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Class archive assignmt got me to switch majors in college–prof said “you get to feel like a detective” and I was totally hooked

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Stu. comment abt diff btwn digitized primary sourcs and doing “real” research interesting to think abt primacy of physical access for ugrads

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Might assign archival research earlier in semester next time, get them thinking abt how and why we focus on specific research questions

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Working w/undergrads at archives might be my new favorite thing–great convo today in class abt limits of what they can find in archives.

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Playing around in Ruby tonight after a great convo with Pub Hist class yesterday–thinking abt learning curves and starting pts

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Really interesting website, esp. for Material Culture students, on garments that have been hidden in houses:

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Looking forward to this afternoon’s conversation with the Upstate Early America Wkshp !

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(Thinking through some comments from the very good classroom talk by Sue Rankin )

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Not all students are millenials and not all millenials are the same. And millenials are old enough to have PhDs and faculty positions.

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Discussion of students’ changing needs is good, but focusing on students as strange and foreign millenials is a little problematic

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Attending a workshop on including students . matters. Glad to see many faculty here.

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A Conference on Race, Digital Humanities, and Culture? Yes. We need your help • Follow us • Suggest panels/spkrs/wkshops • Spread the word

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Really looking forward to that week, will be asking students to blog responses, so hopefully good conversation.

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it was more all the research notes at that point, but it felt like the whole diss!

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my little Air is the same year and definitely starting to feel its age. feels like I just got it, but it was in our third year!

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I do sync in multiple places, I almost lost the first half of the diss in 2011 and learned my lesson

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have you had any compatability issues with Yosemite? I’ve been procrastinating on updating for fear of messing with scrivner D:

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The fabric of the frontier: How textiles help us understand the American West via

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Check out a preview of the New York State Museum’s exhibit on The Shakers in Albany City Hall weekdays 8:00-5pm

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Hey ! Sp 15: filmmaking (DOC 406); interviewing/recording (DOC 394), digital hist/hypermedia (DOC 407), more!

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Morning! We’ll be tweeting from Failure in the Archives today with (once we’ve had a coffee or two and a pastry) – join us!

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PhD candidates or recent PhDs: If you’d be willing to answer a question about the way you shaped your topic, let me know.

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Full Researching New York Conference now on-line.

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I would too, tbh MT :R Smith: played w/model of “like a kid on Xmas morning.”

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Also, I need a giant poster of 18th c currency conversions and their citations to hang over my desk (they sell that on etsy, right?)

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A good day with 1600 words, well past total wc goal (now to write a conclusion and make sure it all makes sense . . . )

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678 written, 563 words left to go . . . good notes from two years ago making this much easier process than it could have been

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Coming up for air after a day of footnote diving, deleting, reworking, shuffling and general keyboard mashing (1,241 words to go)

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Our 200th postcard is now up at ! It’s one of the nicest images you’ll see of the 22-year-old building

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Hit today’s writing goal in the big push to finish this article (Just 1,385 words left to write…).

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. talking about History Harvest: . Students go to communities and asking for historical objects. +

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Join IMLS staff for Native American/Native Hawaiian Museum Services Program pre-application webinar today at 3pm ET

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Language barriers existed during New York’s Dutch-English transition, but dictionaries helped unify the community:

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Want a reason to drink at on Saturday? It’ll be the 237th anniversary of Gen. Burgoyne’s stop for drinks after surrendering.

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Hey, , interested in law,criminal justice, public policy, the environment, media? Spring ’15 history courses,

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Thank you! : Thanks, folks! Our digital collection is at .

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+(2/2) take mult courses toget or w/faculty w/o making faculty the hub of clusters. Other ways to do this?

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Any advice on how to structure source/target of students/faculty in classes for using ? would like to do edge wt of stu who(1/2)+

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Just finished a WP multisite and an Omeka + Neatline install in a couple hours, getting pretty excited for spring methods course

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so rn I’m looking for pub domain image resources for them. any suggestions? We’ll be using spec col and NYSL anyway

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S Pearl St near DMV, Center Sq/Plaza area, and mainly, but they’ll design their own projects

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using -any suggestions for where to find pub domain Alb images? We’ll be using spec collections and NYSL dig. coll (2/2)

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My students next semester are going to make an Alb hist walking tour (1/2)

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The Bronck House – Co Hwy 42, Coxsackie NY 12051 . Built in 1663, it is the oldest home in upstate New York.

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good to meet you too! Let me know how the dh class goes

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ha, I’ve had beer on the mind this week too. Readings the past two weeks have all come back to beer industry

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in 1926, student paper reports student-faculty teas and luncheons consume 1 bushel/sweet potatoes daily

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w student paper: 1926-27 student&faculty : disappointed, stunt, cussed and potatoes-what happened in 26?

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georectified map of 1857 Albany from ‘s workshop

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also prob post1875; Heinrich’s doesn’t show up on Albany Ale Project’s 1600-1875 map

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. Probably pre1900; just looked at rise of the RR & decline of Albany ale w my labor hist class

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+ Iberian frontiers has some incredible implications for Native N Am & cultural entanglement/borderlands/colonialism narrratives

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Absolutely blown away by some of the possibilities suggested by the presentations at . Triplett’s pres on viewshed and +

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Iroquois veterans network , including a sigma.js export–big thanks to !

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and are total champs troubleshooting for such a huge group

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Network analysis at

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I’m sort of early modern, if you count Atlantic-facing early Americanists (I do 1550-1860)

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Wishing I’d known about OpenRefine four years ago while processing account books. Would have saved so many headaches.

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I’m good for this session, thanks! I was just watching folks scope the room as they came in :)

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lesson: arrive at sessions early to plant the flag of power strip access

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Check out for an overview of the wonderful talk I’m experiencing right now

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Stupid autocorrect. Kissenger memos. :(

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Audible whoa from the back of the room when points out correlations in Kiss enter memos . My feelings exactly.

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When you do digital/algorthmic analysis, TAKE THE UGLY TOO. DO NOT DISCARD UNTIL YOU UNDERSTAND.

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.: Sometimes a visualization need not be self-explanatory.

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Rob Warren on social networks from monuments–what a cool avenue for potential public history and community engagement

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As pointed out, CW predominates in digital world so far. Some impact from Valley, but some comes from marketability.

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War of 1812 Native American veterans, widows and anti-removal land claims

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Question at end of rdtable; how do you address collaboration; co-authorship; DH isn’t ‘tech spt’ though folks sometimes assume you are

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and the importance of teaching faculty co-author in with staff–acknowledging the often invisible labor of and # dmmh

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+ early career scholars are not in a position to only take jobs at institutions with friendly tenure guidelines

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+ How do we make legible to evaluators? MLA and AHA have had guidelines for 5+ years and +

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and the evergreen problem of tenure and the value of vs monographs: +

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Here it comes… What’s the bad side? What’s –not– worth it in DH? speaks to ‘impostor syndrome’ and spins it positive!

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Sustainability and time commitment as barriers to and –what’s the impact for privileging easily marketed histories like Civ War?

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What is not appealing abt # dmmh–great question re the amount of nondigital, invisible labor that goes into projects

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and # dmmh is inherently collaborative, making it more accessible for mid-career than early career scholars in some ways

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New York is always surprisingly big to drive across, but the is always worth it

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It’s always apples and peanut butter season. My lunches look like a kindergartner’s.

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Every time I switch out of Scrivener to use Zotero, I forget how much easier Sc’s progress bars make it to hit writing goals

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: Hannah Lee ‘Floral borders:Gender,empire and the girls behind the needle’

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Ok to touch? Popular Minn. historic house and museum removes barriers and “do not touch” signs. | |

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A few more thoughts on trigger warnings. Treat students with respect, even if we don’t agree with their request.

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