#twitterstorians

The hashtag wall displays the conversations happening on twitter under these important hashtags. To give a sense of how to interact the cultural conversation, we are creating this wall.

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Naomi Rendina Naomi Rendina @NaomiRendina

@AEBowenPhD It’s going to happen!! Just need 2 more panelists! Please share! We’d love to have you there and to dis… https://t.co/LEY8mqhFSf

3 days ago
Michelle Desveaux Michelle Desveaux @deh_voh

Hell is when you’re a 20th century historian and one of your important sources never recognizes the brilliance of t… https://t.co/7jKO2iPkcS

3 days ago
AustHistAssoc ECRs AustHistAssoc ECRs @AHA_ECRs

Check out Karen Schamberger’s beautiful post for the @AHA_ECRs blog on the objects that shaped her life!… https://t.co/S19yalcsHx

3 days ago
Briana Smith Briana Smith @Briana_Smith83

Excited to attend this demonstration-based panel and get some fresh ideas for my spring 2018 modern Germany course… https://t.co/1Vgoi9caw3

3 days ago
D. Metcalfe-Chenail D. Metcalfe-Chenail @Danielle_Author

@mikeroche19 Great questions and sorry we didn’t get to them on stage. I thought Calvin Racette’s anecdote related… https://t.co/sXSN7FjbiQ

3 days ago
Cassandra Good Cassandra Good @CassAGood

Any #twitterstorians have a good chart for explaining political parties & their positions in 1840s and/or 1850s?

3 days ago
NiCHE NiCHE @NiCHE_Canada

Environmental Historians and Urban History Review (@UrbanHistoryCan) / Revue d’histoire urbaine by Owen Temby… https://t.co/dLhudfJCSw

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NiCHE New Scholars NiCHE New Scholars @NiCHE_NS

Environmental Historians and Urban History Review (@UrbanHistoryCan) / Revue d’histoire urbaine by Owen Temby… https://t.co/P2cE1pB8JO

3 days ago
H-Net Book Channel H-Net Book Channel @HNetBookChannel

Catch what scholars are saying about the latest academic titles in the weekly H-Net Reviews Roundup!… https://t.co/UDhHzOwzvr

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H-Net H-Net @HNet_Humanities

Catch what scholars are saying about the latest academic titles in the weekly H-Net Reviews Roundup!… https://t.co/VI5qNKomc9

3 days ago
Old Cigarette Cards Old Cigarette Cards @vintagecigcards

#OnThisDay 1787 Birth of Sir Samuel Cunard, a ship owner born in Nova Scotia who came to Britain in 1838 and, toget… https://t.co/RylnQSm7dP

5 days ago
Old Cigarette Cards Old Cigarette Cards @vintagecigcards

#OnThisDay 1759. An English fleet under Admiral Hawke defeats the French at Quiberon Bay, thwarting a planned invas… https://t.co/10EjnW8Buk

5 days ago
Sarah Bendall Sarah Bendall @SarahABendall

#Twitterstorians : what are your top tips for writing archive/library fellowship applications?

5 days ago
Naomi Rendina Naomi Rendina @NaomiRendina

@erin_bartram #twitterstorians “secret Santa” would be fun too. Can you imagine the amount of office supplies, snar… https://t.co/ED1kFFzntC

5 days ago
Jessica DeWitt Jessica DeWitt @JessicaMDeWitt

MA Students Recognized at the Parlement Franco-Canadien du Nord et de l’Ouest @usaskhist @hgsc_usaskhttps://t.co/vmz0XcvYg1

1 week ago
Robert Greene II Robert Greene II @robgreeneII

Sharing once more for the evening crowd, a fantastic review from @LilianBarger on a book that is timely given the p… https://t.co/jPjQan4m42

1 week ago
Evan Smith Evan Smith @Hatfulofhistory

ICYMI – My new book, British Communism and the Politics of Race, is out now! https://t.co/gpNOf5fvWE… https://t.co/B2UKqRAdmK

3 weeks ago
NedRichardson-Little NedRichardson-Little @HistoryNed

#Scholarsunday #twitterstorians Looking to update my follows – who works on German history and is new to twitter?

3 weeks ago
THSO at UTA THSO at UTA @THSO_UTA

Mickenberg: US women thought idea of being released of “domestic burdens” was a dream by some American #Women #history #twitterstorians

1 month ago

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