What I wrote in 2017

In January, I moved my old blog over here to tedmaust.com. I also began my second semester of grad school and was required to blog for my Digital History class. Highlights of those blogs include my latest (or is it last?) post for Stars Hollow Historical Society and a walking tour of West Fairmount Park.

In February I started writing “Research Notes” posts as a practice of trying to get ideas written out and in front of people.

March brought a little flurry of events as I attended two student-organized conferences, the Public History Community Forum (PubComm) and the Barnes Club Graduate Student History Conference. I also was able to attend an American Association for State and Local History (AASLH) workshop about Historic House Museums at Cliveden, which was a really important event for me as I tried to figure out what to write a thesis on. I wrote about all of those events here.


I was wrapping up the semester in April and May so I wrote only a few last Digital History posts. When I was at the NCPH annual meeting in April, however, I did write a ton of tweet. And in May I found time to pound out a list of online resources for AnabaptistHistorians.org though. Continue reading “What I wrote in 2017”