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 potential collaborators.
I would love to hear other perspectives on the value of collaboration within academia and public history, leave a comment or send me a message on Twitter.
Mentioned in this episode:
-Lynne Siemens, "More Hands Means More Ideas: Collaboration in the Humanities"
-Seth Denbo, "Whose Work Is It Really?"
- Christine Saidi, Catherine Cymone Fourshey, and Rhonda M. Gonzales "When Historians Collaborate, Scholarship Benefits"