Is Blogging Scholarship? Reflections on the OAH Panel

Posted on April 15, 2014. Filed under: Uncategorized |

Heather Munro Prescott:

My answer is a hearty “yes,” especially for those who want to engage with a wider audience outside of academia.  Wish I could have been there in person instead of following on Twitter.

Originally posted on The Junto:

On Sunday, at the 2014 OAH Annual Meeting, I was part of a roundtable discussion entitled “Is Blogging Scholarship?” Several other participants have posted their thoughts on the subject; there was also a great deal of live-tweeting, and our own Joe Adelman has also joined (and developed!) the conversation. The discussion itself was fantastic, and was videotaped for later broadcasting. But in reflecting on the panel, I’ve found there are some points I wish to re-emphasize, and some problems I have with the way the entire roundtable was framed.

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    Heather Munro Prescott

    Heather Munro Prescott

    Professor of History at Central Connecticut State University in New Britain, CT.

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