New SHGAPE Blog post: Interview with SHGAPE President Al Broussard

Dear H-SHGAPE subscribers,

 

We are pleased to share our latest post, an interview with the new SHGAPE President, Dr. Albert S. Broussard. Dr. Broussard, Professor of History at Texas A&M University, shares how he came to study the history of racial equality and racial activism in the West, how he became involved in SHGAPE, how GAPE history has changed over the last few decades, and what he sees as the future of SHGAPE and the field more broadly.

"Dany Laferrière: Portrait d’un écrivain-lecteur," by Karine VILDER

Dany Laferrière: Portrait d’un écrivain-lecteur

KARINE VILDER

Samedi, 17 novembre 2018 

Présent jusqu’à dimanche au Salon du livre de Montréal à titre d’invité d’honneur, Dany Laferrière offre ici un avant-goût de son univers littéraire.

Est-ce que vous pouvez commencer par nous expliquer pourquoi vous trouvez aussi important de parler des livres des autres dans vos propres livres ?

New York Public Library Appoints Full-Time Slavic Curator

[cross-posted announcement:  original post by Margaret Samu on H-SHERA]

The New York Public Library has appointed a new full-time Slavic Curator, Bogdan Horbal.

Historian Susan Smith-Peter recently conducted an interview with Horbal for New York University's Jordan Center blog.

You can read her interview at: http://jordanrussiacenter.org/news/the-new-york-public-library-appoints-full-time-slavic-c...

Re: Interesting article about art podcasts & podcast formats

I agree with you that the podcast can be seen as an expression of scholarly engagement. I'm thinking of this expressly through the lens of public scholarship expressed by Imagining America http://imaginingamerica.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/ScholarshipinPubl...). Working on my podcasts with colleague and students to explore community, if framed by a broader scholarly question should be seen as part of a bigger, knowledge creation framework.

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