Let a thousand THATCamps bloom

Posted on February 21, 2011 under public history, thatcamp

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 we’re doing it again.  Same time, same place.  Michigan State, April 30th/May 1st. Please apply by March 11th!  Much respect to our organizational genius Ethan Wattrall.

Also:  at NCPH this year we’ll be having a THATCamp on Wednesday before the conference starts, down in Pensacola on April 6.  You can register for it when you register for NCPH in general (you’re going, right?) and the deadline is March 15.

One Comment on “Let a thousand THATCamps bloom”

  1. Just wanted to let you the American Antiquarian Society (Worcester, Mass) is blogging an 1849 diary of a 21-year-old Philadelphia man named Nathan Beekley. He’s got a new job, he’s single and he’s looking for love! Check out the blog at clerkandthecity.pastispresent.org (see the About page and the Biography page for more info). I will put your site on our blog roll. Feel free to contact me for more information.

    Maury Bouchard

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