♦ January 2, 2014
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Here’s the paper I would have given at the American Historical Association conference, had it not been for about a foot of snow and a cancelled flight.
I’m really interested in the “disintermediation” point, if digital tools are gaining importance as the new interpreters and these digital tools ( social media etc ) are widely accessible and used by the general public to share viewpoints ( often linked to academic articles), what is the new role of the trained public humanist?
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I'm a professor in the Department of American Studies and teach in the public humanities program at Brown University.
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