Tag Archives: Historical Memory

Another Example of Crowdsourcing Memory…

In a recent blog post, I talked about using the internet as a tool to “crowdsource memory.” A day or two later, I came across a perfect example of what I was trying to express, and it made me want … Continue reading

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Another Example of Crowdsourcing Memory…

In a recent blog post, I talked about using the internet as a tool to “crowdsource memory.” A day or two later, I came across a perfect example of what I was trying to express, and it made me want … Continue reading

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Ska, Wikipedia, and Memory

Back in high school, in the mid-nineties, I had a real fascination with ska. The third wave of ska had hit the Midwest hard around 1994, which coincided nicely with my friends starting to have cars. My friend Max and … Continue reading

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Ska, Wikipedia, and Memory

Back in high school, in the mid-nineties, I had a real fascination with ska. The third wave of ska had hit the Midwest hard around 1994, which coincided nicely with my friends starting to have cars. My friend Max and … Continue reading

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Michel-Rolph Trouillot, Silencing the Past

I really enjoyed this book, but I’m finding it very difficult to talk about.
It’s deceptively simple, an easy read, and I honestly had trouble
reading it critically, because so much of what he said seemed pretty
intuitively right. […] Continue reading

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Michel-Rolph Trouillot, Silencing the Past

I really enjoyed this book, but I’m finding it very difficult to talk about.
It’s deceptively simple, an easy read, and I honestly had trouble
reading it critically, because so much of what he said seemed pretty
intuitively right. […] Continue reading

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