PH is central to history blogging

Posted on July 14, 2008 under blogs, me, public history

How nice to see, upon my return from Detroit, that PH has been noted as one of 80 blogs central to history blogging by Cliopatrician Ralph Luker.  Thanks, Ralph!

It’s a great list, full of blogs I admire and blogs I’ve never read, and I look forward to exploring it more.  I’m happy to have helped to make a place for public history in the mainstream of the history blogosphere.

3 Comments on “PH is central to history blogging”

  1. Suzanne,

    As a newbie to the world of blogging, and to all that is out there, I am in total agreement–as a public/military historian, I feel that my work is sometimes overlooked because I’m not publishing works left and right. However, blogging allows me to get my thoughts out and to be able to discuss my latest research and interests.

    I’ve been reading your blog for sometime, along with others and am overjoyed to see so much out there.

    Keep writing! We’re reading!
    Annette (aka Netter the Historian)

  2. Thanks, M! Thanks, Annette! I’m going to try to feature more military history bloggers and news in the future, since it’s such a site of ph interest.

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