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Editors’ Choice: History Spaces

I can think of several reasons why right now, today, historians need to be not only thinking critically about the kinds of spaces we’re in, but also advocating as loudly as possible for change in those spaces. At the top of my list are three prominent contenders: the growing importance of digital in the history (and humanities) curriculum; the now seemingly ubiquitous pressure to incorporate more online or hybrid course options into our curricula; and the growing importance of undergraduate research in college curricula more generally.

Read this series of five posts beginning here.

This content was selected for Digital Humanities Now by Editor-in-Chief Stephanie Westcott based on nominations by Editors-at-Large: Caitlin Christian-Lamb, Beth Secrist, Elizabeth Lieutenant, Erin Bush, Amy Wickner, Gregory Zobel, and Isabel Pinto