This week’s readings (Week 12) focused on what can broadly be called “citizen history” or “crowdsourcing”–inviting public participation in the process of creating knowledge, not just waiting to receive the end product. The four articles, Roy Rosenzweig on Wikipedia, Jeff Howe’s Wired
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I looked forward to this week’s reading, about creating the website “Raid on Deerfield: the Many Stories of 1704,” because it connected the strands of my career to-date in academic, digital, and public history. When I took David Silverman’s Colonial North America
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