Historical Research Methods and Digital History
Audio Recordings of CUNY Roundtable on Writing History
Historical Research Methods started Monday. I have my virtual pencils sharpened, Moleskine in hand, and course books on my shelves. There is a GREAT group of students in the class from a variety of backgrounds and from all over the world. We also have an excellent professor (Barbara Kaplan). [Note to self: buy her books…they […]
Next Course – Books!
For fellow graduate history students with a thesis or dissertation ahead or in progress, or for anyone who wrestles with the writing of history, I hope you’ll find as interesting as I did this audio capture of a roundtable of history professors sharing their perspectives on the craft. Also helpful is the Q & A […]
Program of Study – M.A. Military History – American Civil War
Next class starts Monday – Studies in U.S. Military History. I posted earlier a description of the class here. I stacked up all the the required reading texts today in “historical order.” IMPRESSIVE! All are listed on my bookshelves here.
For those interested, I have posted the full program of study for my Masters program on “the courses” page here. It’s pretty solid at this point with the exception of an elective. I’ve now purchased all required books for my upcoming course, “Studies in U.S. Military History” which starts April 7th. It’s a BIG stack. As […]