We looked inside some of the tweets by @AliMicMac and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
A little bit of love from home. The smallest things are the things that matter the most these days. Now to turn my new muse’s attention to inspired lecture writing and course planing... https://t.co/fR71Y3xEX2
Mitchell Oxford (William & Mary) received a Cushwa Center grant in 2019 for his dissertation, “The French Revolution and the Making of an American Catholicism, 1789–1870.” Peter Cajka interviewed Oxford after his research visit to the Notre Dame Archives: https://t.co/3fcwYS7Zqc https://t.co/jqQ4UaQojE
Today! Join me at 2 PM central for a discussion on whiteness and consumer culture. Details below. https://t.co/DCHvGectZg
Great talk by @DonicaLBelisle on whiteness, colonization, and the rise of mass retail in Canada. There is so much more to say about race and consumer culture in Canada and work like this sets a great example. https://t.co/3FsBgtmFVQ
I'm sure some essays I submitted as an undergraduate were laughably bad, but if I found out that my lecturer had took snippets and shared them on Twitter for laughs I'd have felt betrayed and mortified (whether anonymised or not). Something I keep seeing that irks me.
Don’t do this. Just don’t. https://t.co/Ra28dLqh9H
Newly discovered just outside of Verona, what could be this year's biggest discovery - an almost entirely intact Roman mosaic villa floor! https://t.co/tZwy0yfvNL
This is absolutely fabulous! In another life I would have loved to be part of a team making these discoveries. https://t.co/zCJUZcIW5n
For the first in our series on the cooking recipes in the papers of Ben Franklin, we talk to Marie Pellissier @MAPellissier of @OIEAHC about the interdisciplinary nature of food history and whether the 18thC French or English had a better puff pastry. https://t.co/EBPz8ZQwhy
Hello, this past week has been my week off and I’ve been reading for pure joy, and that includes the fabulous work of my dear friends, such as that featured below. 💛 Today is just history fan girl day! (that is everyday) #foodhistory of #VastEarlyAmerica https://t.co/CCbt0v0RL7
“I see my project as a shift in the way we approach records, outlining the possibilities for telling these stories in a different way.” https://t.co/HKWt2HSszZ
The latest batch of @GeorgianPapers published makes another 19,000 pages free to access! Covering Princess Charlotte of Wales and Princess Mary, two key women at the heart of the royal family, & more of George III’s & George IV’s papers. Find out more https://t.co/WlAFkaVlIG https://t.co/mjfVlzowrv