Welcome! Think of this as a communal conference notebook. During the conference we will invite you to post questions and comments for the purposes of the plenary discussion but also as we move through the workshop exercises that will follow each panel.

If you would like to share any ideas or thoughts about the world of digital history, please feel free to do so at any time. We ask only that you abide by the basic standards of polite and professional social interaction, and that you include a few one- or two-word tags with each post (to enable easy navigation).

Questions about the event? Consult the conference website.

See you soon!

Image credit: This photo of Herodotus was taken at the Ancient Agora Museum in Athens, Greece by Ciaran Ryan on September 8, 2013. It is available here for non-commercial public use.

1 thought on “About

  1. Heather Cox Richardson, BC, of the We’re History magazine did throw down a challenge of sorts – asking for suggestions for any topic in U.S. History that you need an up to 1200 word essay on.

    So what should we tell her?


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