In the summer and fall of 2015, my good friend reached out to me regarding some […]
I have been thinking recently on the conceptualization of how we think of and have thought […]
Railroad tracks with a blue sky
Historians have studied railroads for over one hundred years. Railroads and trains have fascinated people in […]
One of the many consequences of the Civil War in the U.S. was the legacy of […]
Using digital humanities in my classroom has been important for several years. Working with Doug Seefeldt […]
Digital Content Mining
Now that the semester is in full swing, I am embarking on a new project to […]
During the late 1800s, the Choctaw, Cherokee, Chickasaw, and Creek nations worked with and against whites […]
How do we remember people? Do we remember them for their parents? How about their notoriety? The […]
The art of teaching is more complex than I imagined as a young teacher. As my […]
Digital history has been a major part of my work as an academic. As I was […]
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