Sep 6, 2019
Recently I've had the opportunity to virtually participate in a couple of roundtables and to provide virtual lectures. In this episode I reflect on the how virtual lectures work, tech challenges, and distance engagement. I also discuss the real costs and privilege of academic travel.
I would love to hear about your experience giving or listening to a virtual lecture. Leave a comment or send me a message on Twitter.
Mentioned in this episode:
-2020 Visions for Environmental History series
-Jaymie Heilman, "Grounded: Academic Flying in the Time of Climate Emergency"
-CFP for Canadian Historical Association 2020 Annual Meeting
- Katherine Roscoe, "Is Digital Crime History Too White? Representation in Australian Archives"