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Blogging the Humanities: brief recap

6 June 2010

By Juliana Adelman

Who says cyberspace is lonely?  On behalf of Pue’s I want to thank all the bloggers and would-be bloggers who joined us for a day of discussion on the present and future of blogging in the humanities.  It was great to put faces to blogs, to meet new people and generally talk about something a bit different than the usual history conference.  I was amazed at just how much discussion was possible.  We took a bit of a risk by leaving so much ’empty’ space in the programme, but it really paid off.  I think I can speak for all of us at Pue’s in saying we learned a tremendous amount and we haven’t exhausted the possibilties yet.  I supppose it’s very academic to think that blogs need a theoretical framework and a critical discourse, but even those outside academia had plenty to contribute to these topics.  The blogs represented not just history, but art, literature and geography as well.  Read More

Blogging the Humanities

27 May 2010


Thanks to everyone for their support and interest in the event. We would like to inform everyone that registration is now closed. We would like to thank our speakers and attendees but in particular our sponsors David Dickson, History Ireland and the Trinity Long Room Hub. For those of you not attending we will report on the event next week and what has been discussed.


Christina, Juliana, Kevin& Lisa