I just want to remind everyone that H-War is now on twitter. You can follow us @HNetWar. We will follow back.
We've had another great first month on Twitter (@H_Slavery_HNet). Many thanks to Paula Dumas, Nicola Frith, Sasha Turner, and Renee Wiseman for running our account. You can see some highlights, including links to many pertinent news stories and opinion pieces, here (no need to have your own account):
We've had a great first month+ on Twitter (@H_Slavery_HNet). Many thanks to Paula Dumas, Nicola Frith, Sasha Turner, and Renee Wiseman for running our Twitter account. You can see some highlights, including links to many pertinent news stories and opinion pieces, here (no need to have your own account):
Dear H-Slavery Subscribers,
I’m looking for scholars who can help H-Slavery track the informed discussions about slavery taking place on Twitter. H-Slavery has over 2,000 subscribers and is a very large online community for the academic study of slavery… yet H-Slavery does not engage much with the many scholars and conversations on Twitter. If you’re active on Twitter (or are willing to learn) and would like to help out on this front, please think about dropping me a line in the next few days at firstname.lastname@example.org.
H-Teach is now on Twitter! Follow us @HnetTeach for news and notifications of postings.
Do you have a Twitter or social media account dealing with teaching and education? Let us know as we are compiling a list of accounts to follow.
H-Grad's now on Twitter! Follow us @hgradlist to participate in informal conversations and keep up to date on conferences and opportunites for graduate students. If you have any suggestions of how Twitter can enhance the network, please let us know!
I will be on the H-PCAACA twitter account live-tweeting during Agent Carter this Tuesday at 9pm EST. Doing the same? Just watching the show? Follow H-PCAACA on Twitter, get retweets from others, and join in on a weekly event. Suggestions for other programs or events welcome.