Teaching Local History using Digital Methods
Seth Denbo | Dec 21, 2017“British Again Striking Hard on Somme Front Capture Two Lines of German Trenches” reads a banner hea...
What Do Digital Historians Want? Lessons from the AHA's Digital History Workshop
Rebecca S. Wingo and Kalani Craig | Dec 1, 2017In February 2017, Evan Faulkenbury, assistant professor of history at SUNY Cortland, wrote a blog po...
Consider the Source: The High School Historians of THATClass
Seth Denbo | Dec 1, 2017The allergy to microfilm research among today’s young people has been overdiagnosed—or so found Patr...
Virtual Reality and the Classroom: How Historians Can Respond
Andrew M. Koke | Oct 1, 2017Students around the world have sought to learn about World War I on its centennial, but it’s often h...
Historians and the Technologies of Research
Robert B. Townsend | Oct 1, 2017Editor's Note: This article is the first of a two-part series analyzing historians’ use of digital t...
A History Dissertation Goes Digital
Kritika Agarwal | Aug 28, 2017A few months ago, Celeste Sharpe, then a graduate student at George Mason University (GMU), defended what is purportedly the...
Exploring the Brutality of Expansion
John Rosinbum | Jul 24, 2017American Panorama is an interactive digital atlas with six different visualizations with subjects spanning American history from the 19th to the 21st centuries.
Digitizing the Royal Archives: The Georgian Papers Programme
Zoe Jackson | Jul 17, 2017On September 28, 1833, Prince George FitzClarence, the oldest illegitimate son of King William IV of the United Kingdom, dined...
“Wait . . . What?”
John Rosinbum | May 30, 2017John Rosinbum describes how using Gapminder in the classroom helps students learn about broad historical trends and strengthens their data literacy skills.
Historian, Program! Self-Help for Digital Neophytes
Seth Denbo | May 1, 2017Harvard University Library now lists, among proprietary databases and other e-resources to which the...