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Historical Reminiscents

Sep 18, 2018

With the start of the new school year I've been thinking a lot about the intersection of language, gender, and creating braver education spaces.  How post-secondary educators and public history facilitators work to be more inclusive in their language, programming, and practices.  In this episode I talk about...


Sep 6, 2018

I've been thinking a lot about the implications of where I publish my work, the accessibility of my work to community members, and open access. In today's episode I talk about peer reviewed journals, popular publishing, and finding open access outlets.

I would love to hear your thoughts on the intersection of history,...


Aug 30, 2018

I recently started learning to embroider.  My main reason for taking up embroidering was wanting to be stitch swear words radical sayings using a traditional feminine craft.  I loved the idea of juxtaposing feminist praxis with a domestic art.  In today's episode I talk about the history of embroidery and textile arts...


Aug 14, 2018

Collaboration is becoming more and more common in the workplace and in academia.  However, collaborative work practices aren't something that are typically emphasized in humanities graduate programming. In today's episode I talk about the impact of collaboration on scholarship and how to reach out to...


Aug 2, 2018

Talking about money is hard but is an important part of maintaining a professional community.  In today's episode I talk about fair pay, salary transparency, the underpayment of heritage professionals, and precarious labour.

I would love to hear about other perspectives on the value of labour within the heritage field,...