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historiann history and sexual politics, 1492 to the present menu skip to content homeabout historiannabraham in armslessons for girlsrules for commentingthe many captivities of esther wheelwrightthe mary maples dunn prize search search for: no free lunch? or, how much work do we have to do to be collegial & promote our work? february 25, 2017 / historiann / 5 comments i *love* getting letters! friends, this semester is busybusybusy for me–i’m doing a lot of talks for the book, in addition to the usual teaching and service.  i’ve just given up entirely on that little thing called “scholarship” until the spring semester is over.  (how many more weeks to go is that?  oh, lord.) fortunately, a troubled soul wrote a letter asking for our advice.  that’s worth at least 20 minutes of work avoidance, don’t you think?  give a broad a break–i’ve got a few ideas, but let her know what you think, especially if you’re a fellow scientist and have a better grasp of the traditions and etiquette of academic culture in the sciences.  read on, friends–the highlights in the letter below are my own: continue reading → the many captivities of esther wheelwright tonight in south berwick, maine! february 23, 2017 / historiann / 4 comments yale university press. 2016 friends, if you’re in new england anywhere near the piscataqua river, come out and see me talk about my book, the many captivities of esther wheelwright*, at the berwick academy as a guest of the old berwick historical society’s forgotten frontier lecture series this winter and spring.  last night, i was a guest of bowdoin college where i also gave a talk about my book–the audience there will be hard to beat.  they were so attentive and asked so many questions that they kept me more than an hour after my 40-minute talk with their questions and responses.  whew!  and thank you! continue reading → from the mailbag: it’s an old-fashioned, historiann round-up! february 15, 2017february 15, 2017 / historiann / 22 comments a belated valentine to all my readers! oh, my friends:  so much is happening globally, nationally, regionally, locally, and even here at the black cat ranch that it’s hard to find time to blog even just one little bit these days.  my apologies!  over the weekend i saved up some bits and bobs of oakum, old yarn, and loose string that might distract you from that sense of impending doom that weighs on so many of us these days.  who knows?  it might help, and it surely can’t hurt, right?  so, andiamo, mi amici– first, a request from a reader, catherine devine, who writes:  “i’m designing a ‘nevertheless she persisted’ banner, and i want to have the names of women across time, occupation and location in the background. esther wheelwright’s definitely there 🙂 i have the beginning of a  list, but i’m white and not a historian. your readers are sane and and well informed. i’m looking to politics, art, science, literature – anywhere. there will be plenty of room on the banner.  if you’re willing, please have people send me names & references to catherinedevine at mac dot com with ‘persisted’ in the subject line. i’m hoping to create one of the only footnoted banners ever. oh yeah, i’m not doing this for profit. i will share the file for printing.”  readers, can you help?  you can also leave suggestions in the comments below–i’ll be sure to let devine know when this post goes live so she can check in there, too. continue reading → we called it: moocs are dead as uni disruptors, but follow the money february 9, 2017 / historiann / 9 comments jonathan rees has a brilliant postmortem of the mooc phenomenon and its rapid, silent demise over the past few years.  he writes: moocs are dead. “how can i possibly argue that moocs are dead?,” you may ask. after all, to borrow the stats just from coursera, they have: 1600 courses, 130+ specializations, 145+ university partners, 22 million learners and 600,000 course certificates earned. more importantly, it appears that coursera has received $146.1 million dollars over the years. even though it hasn’t gotten any new funding since october 2015, unless coursera tries to copy “bachmanity insanity” (is alcatraz still available for parties?) the company is going to be sticking around for quite a while. what i mean when i say that moocs are dead is not that moocs no longer exist, but that moocs are no longer competing against universities for the same students. continuing with the coursera theme here, in august they became the last of the major mooc providers to pivot to corporate training. while i did note the departure of daphne koller on this blog, i didn’t even bother to mention that pivot at the time because it seemed so unremarkable, but really it is. he goes on to note that the critique that universities aren’t educating students through large lecture courses was appropriate, but that the remedy–selling video recordings of elite uni professors lecturing–was worse than the disease.  at least you can interrupt your lecturing proffie in a rl classroom to ask for clarification or elaboration.  you know, like you can talk to people in rl versus screaming at your television or computer monitor. i just now did a quick search for the last time i wrote about moocs here on the blog, and it was sixteen months ago, and even then it was just to take a victory lap over the big nothingburger moocs had come to.  it seems like the last time anyone took moocs seriously was three years ago, or in mooc-world’s timescale, roughly around the peace of westphalia.  just because jonathan and i and other mooc skeptics were right doesn’t mean the struggle to protect educational and humanistic values is over.  not by a long shot: continue reading → the story of the united states of america: we write this chapter. january 29, 2017january 29, 2017 / historiann / 33 comments this situation absolutely requires that a really futile and stupid gesture be done on somebody’s part. i’m sorry i’ve been so quiet here lately–aside from the usual new semester kerfuffle, it’s been difficult to decide what to say or when to say it when one’s outrage-o-meter is stuck on full blast all week long.  being the sunny, positive person that i am, i’ve been looking for wisdom on the internets that notes that it’s going to be a slog, but that we’ve faced worse.  i’m a historian:  i know we’ve faced much more serious threats to american democracy than the human stain, mr. minority president, mr. 36%. the people whose analyses i’ve gravitated towards lately have been conservatives.  jennifer rubin at the washington post is someone to follow now.  another example is eliot a. cohen, a loyal bushie and advisor to condoleeza rice in her last two years as secretary of state, in “a clarifying moment in american history:” this is one of those clarifying moments in american history, and like most such, it came upon us unawares, although historians in later years will be able to trace the deep and the contingent causes that brought us to this day. there is nothing to fear in this fact; rather, patriots should embrace it. the story of the united states is, as lincoln put it, a perpetual story of “a rebirth of freedom” and not just its inheritance from the founding generation. some americans can fight abuses of power and disastrous policies directly—in courts, in congressional offices, in the press. but all can dedicate themselves to restoring the qualities upon which this republic, like all republics depends: on reverence for the truth; on a sober patriotism grounded in duty, moderation, respect for law, commitment to tradition, knowledge of our history, and open-mindedness. these are all the opposites of the qualities exhibited by this president and his advisers. trump, in one spectacular week, has already shown himself one of the worst of our presidents, who has no regard for the truth (indeed a contempt for it), whose patriotism is a belligerent nationalism, whose prior public service lay in avoiding both the draft and taxes, who does not know the constitution, does not read and therefore does not understand our history, and who, at his moment of greatest success, obsesses about approval ratings, how many people listened to him on the mall, and enemies. continue reading → let’s all unf^ck it up. january 19, 2017 / historiann / 8 comments what other options are there, friends?  are you in? i’ll have profound thoughts from my bottomless well of deep larnin’ this weekend. where you from? where you from? january 18, 2017 / historiann / 2 comments pussy riot, “straight outta vagina:”  warning:  ear worm ahead! sorry for the relative quiet–i’m back to the classroom this week, and as the song says, “this vagina gotta make tha numbas–“ posts navigation ← older posts search for: archives archives select month february 2017 january 2017 december 2016 november 2016 october 2016 september 2016 august 2016 july 2016 june 2016 may 2016 april 2016 march 2016 february 2016 january 2016 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