Music to my ears" 'Cause though the truth may vary, this ship will carry our bodies safe to shore." - Of Monsters & Men, "Little Talks"
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Category Archives: Public History
On Tuesday April 29, 2014 Parks Canada announced it will install Wi-Fi hotspots in National Parks. The response from Canadians is divided; some welcome the ability to access the internet in remote areas, others see it as an unnecessary incursion of … Continue reading
A few months ago I attempted to start a blog just about museums and my public history experiences. However, I am a public historian and that means I work a regular job that does not allow the same time for … Continue reading
Thursday mornings I was woken by a 6:45am phone call from Canmore. It was my mum to tell me the usually dry creek behind the house was a raging river and our neighbours with homes backing the creek had been … Continue reading
On the last day of the 2013 ASEH meeting in Toronto I had the opportunity to sit on a panel with two other public historians at a graduate luncheon and answer questions from graduate students about job opportunities outside academia. … Continue reading
Today the Alberta Budget dropped and the news is not good for local heritage and history institutions or the students who keeps them going in the summer months. The Student Temporary Employment Program, or STEP, was suspended. This is not … Continue reading