‘Doing History in Public’ is a collaborative blog written and edited by graduate historians both at the University of Cambridge (where most of us are based) and elsewhere. The blog is intended to cover a diverse range of historical periods, countries and themes.
Our mission is to:
explore the wider meaning of doing history in public through the use of social media
develop an online arena for the publication of commentaries, interviews, essays and other creative outputs
provide an opportunity for learning about online publishing and social media as tools for research, dissemination and public engagement
The blog is primarily for graduate historians, though it should be of interest to those who see themselves as historians or would like to find out more about the idea of ‘Doing History in Public’.
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
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