Writing History: How Historians Research, Write, and Publish in the Digital Age
Historians value good writing, yet we typically work alone and hide our craft from others. Make the writing process more public by contributing to our month-long discussion on authoring book-length historical works in the digital age.
Join our scholarly conversation: Writing History: How Historians Research, Write, and Publish in the Digital Age
Read and share your ideas on our website, which allows you to:
• Comment on writing at the paragraph-level
• Respond to open questions
• Submit your own essay to the editor
Contributions are moderated and welcome from October 11th to November 11th, 2010.
No log-in required. Use your full name.
IMPORTANT: Your first comment may be delayed several hours because we manually screen for inappropriate content and spam. Once your first comment is approved by the moderator, subsequent comments using the same name and email account should appear without delay.
The Writing History site is an innovation in scholarly communication co-sponsored by the History of Education Society (HES) Graduate Student Committee and the H-Education electronic network. Come join our discussion about writing history at our HES conference panel on Friday, November 5th, 2010, from 3:15-4:45 PM in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA.
We hope see you on the site, in Cambridge, or both.
Thank you in advance!
Editor, Writing History
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