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NEH Day 1: “Mapping Nature Across the Americas”

A while back, I promised to blog about the NEH “Mapping Nature Across the Americas” summer institute that I participated in at the Newberry Library during the summer. Please forgive the sporadic nature of these posts – I have just … Continue reading

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NEH: Application for “Mapping Nature Across the Americas”

This is the first of what might wind up being 20 posts summarizing an awesome summer at the Newberry Library for the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) seminar “Mapping Nature Across the Americas.” For curious parties, or future applicants, I’ve … Continue reading

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NEH: “Mapping Nature Across the Americas” teaser

We got up to some really cool stuff this week at the Newberry Library “Mapping Nature Across the Americas” National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) summer seminar (including an excursion to the exotic locale of Lamont, Illinois!). For now, I’ll … Continue reading

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Unwanted?: Straight, white, male professors. Beards, spectacles, suspenders, and elbow patches optional.

Folks are quick to denigrate the genre of straight, white, male professors, particularly of the History Department variety, and I have made a similar mistake with over-generalizations in the past that I think will be illuminating. When I was in … Continue reading

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