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Posted on April 6, 2011 under public history, thatcamp | 3 Comments

We had a fun, thought-provoking THATcamp unconference today in conjunction with the NCPH annual meeting here in surprisingly beautiful and charming Pensacola.  It was less technical perhaps than some other THATcamps, but it was great to be rooted in public history mindsets and methodologies, and to meet some passionate colleagues. A few standout sessions and […]

Let a thousand THATCamps bloom

Posted on February 21, 2011 under public history, thatcamp | 1 Comment

Or, you know, two.  In April.  That I’m attending. Yes, indeed, the beloved unconferences on technology and the humanities are proliferating pleasantly, and I’m pleased to be going to two in the near future. Please try to come to one or both of these below: First off:  Great Lakes THATCamp was so great last year […]

Great Lakes THATcamp

Posted on January 4, 2010 under digital history, michigan, thatcamp

Folks, please apply to this awesome unconference that I’m helping to organize–and of which archaeologist, serious games expert, and all around instigator Ethan Watrall is the mastermind.  Applications due 2/10! Announcing Great Lakes THATCamp Held on the campus of Michigan State University on March 20th and 21st, Great Lakes THATCamp (The Humanities And Technology Camp) […]

Camping trip

Posted on June 23, 2009 under academe, digital history, thatcamp | 4 Comments

Over the last few months, the museum blogosphere has been talking about conferences.  Are conferences broken?  Yes.  (Particularly in environmental terms.)  Do we still need f2f conferences? Yes! Folks have been discussing other models, like virtual conferences, conferences as discrete points in ongoing conversations, Maker Faire (or skillshares in general?)  and camp. I’m happy to […]