A few blog- and Suzanne-related notes:
- This spring you’ll see me in Milwaukee at the NCPH/OAH conference (for which a hashtag has not yet been determined). Our panel “Museums and Makers: Intersections of Public History from Steam Trains to Steampunk” will be Thursday, April 19 at 10:30. Be there. The conference program is online now.
- I will also be attending THATCamp CHNM in June.
- Prompted by Mark Tebeau‘s discussion of museum blogs the other day on twitter, I have revised my blogroll for the first time in years: an updated mix of museum, public history, and history of science/technology/medicine blogs. Though I personally blog only sporadically these days, my colleagues are doing some excellent thinking and writing.
- (The title of this post is an excellent opportunity to direct you to this excellent piece by Cat Valente about gendered futures and domestic work in science fiction, and, even further parenthetically, a wee post I wrote about laundry as a “B-List Holy Grail” a few years back–a testimony to the continued importance of scholarship like More Work for Mother.)