What follows is the text of a speech I gave at the 31st Annual Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. tribute, sponsored by the Bowling Green Human Relations Commission. Thank you so much for inviting me here, and for coming out to celebrate the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Before I … Continue reading Some Thoughts on MLK Day 2020
The following blog post was published on Omeka.org at: Using Omeka in Graduate Classes Like most of us involved in graduate education, I’m concerned about my students being able to find meaningful, challenging employment in a time where academic jobs are increasingly scarce. But even more broadly, I care about all of my students’ ability to … Continue reading Using Omeka in Graduate Classes
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