My Top 5 Mobile Apps

I was originally going to entitle this post “5 Great Mobile Apps for the Bored, the Slightly Addled, and the Disorganized…Basically 5 Apps for the Routine-Stricken Post-College Grad”, but I figured that was too wordy. I have a tendency to be long-winded (just ask my professors). In any case, I’ve been in possession of a

Blog Submission: Why Learn History?

(Editor’s note: This post was submitted by a fellow reenactor, Chris Ketcherside. He is the first to submit a post, and I hope you enjoy!) — I thought about titling this missive, “Why Teach History” but I don’t think this audience needs convincing on why to teach, but everyone can use a few “how-tos” now

The Importance of Being Earnest: Entering the Museum Field, Part Two

In my last post on entering the museum field, I discussed the trends of library, archives, and museum studies education/training as diverging paths rather than integrating ones, based upon an article by J. Trant. Also, I included my own personal experiences in the greater Milwaukee area and my own struggles with choosing graduate programs to