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Table of Contents
- List of Illustrations
- Part 1. Re-Visioning Historical Writing
Part 2. The Wisdom of Crowds(ourcing)
- “I Nevertheless Am a Historian”: Digital Historical Practice and Malpractice around Black Confederate Soldiers —
- The Historian’s Craft, Popular Memory, and Wikipedia —
- The Wikiblitz: A Wikipedia Editing Assignment in a First-Year Undergraduate Class —
- Wikipedia and Women’s History: A Classroom Experience —
- Part 3. Practice What You Teach (and teach what you practice)
- Part 4. Writing with the Needles from Your Data Haystack
- Part 5. See What I Mean? Visual, Spatial, and Game-Based History
- Part 6. Public History on the Web: If You Build It, Will They Come?
- Part 7. Collaborative Writing: Yours, Mine, and Ours