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An Education in History Education
Category Archives: Introduction
November 9, 2010Posted by on
In preparation for a PhD program in history education, I’m doing some reading. I’m also in the process of co-authoring a book. Point is, I’d like to keep a running tab of the what, when, who, why, and how of all this. Also, having recently bemoaned the relative difficulty of joining the conversation amongst the digital humanities crowd, it’s time for me to start playing in the sandbox. Lastly, I’ve seen very little in the way of blogs about history education. Lots of history blogs, lots of education blogs, nary a whisper about history education. Hopefully, I’m wrong, but if not, here’s an attempt to make something happen.
I’ve applied to exactly one PhD program, and I hope to receive some type of positive e-mail in February. Until, then journey has already begun.