We looked inside some of the tweets by @LawrenceCelani and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
#twitterstorians , can anyone recommend some good titles to read on LGBTQ+ sexuality or sexuality in general in the colonial and Early Republic eras? Thanks!
Followers of this account should be sure to check out @abufelix12's "Made by History" column on the Missouri Compromise(s) at https://t.co/nLsTeQ4Q0X. Prof. Walter Johnson of Harvard grew up in Columbia, MO, and the column draws on his new history of St. Louis, on our desk now. https://t.co/IiNUFZOpUk
#twitterstorians , I am looking for some advice regarding how to build a course, Western Civ. 1600-Present . This will be my first time teaching it this fall. What sorts of books (to assign), assignments, or approaches would you recommend?
It is with an extremely heavy heart that we share the news of the passing of John Murrin, beloved friend and mentor, former @SHEARites president, and tremendous historian. Here are further words from #JER co-editor Andy Shankman. https://t.co/LY8fYdWF9d
Beautiful words from Andy Shankman. This is such terrible news. https://t.co/oSERU1J4UZ
Can’t wait for this talk from my friend @kenneth_owen! Anyone interested in ferret history or why Tom Brady is the best quarterback of all time should check it out! @sirlarrythecoug #twitterstorians https://t.co/ZOk3c3A3s3
I know I’m late to this, but Mrs. America on #FXonHulu is incredible. Cate Blanchett is so good as Phyllis Schlafly, but Margo Martindale absolutely steals the show.
BREAKING: Missouri Gov. Mike Parson has released the first phase of the state's reopening plan, which will not place limits on social gatherings and will allow all businesses to open as long as social distancing guidelines are met https://t.co/ZF8hL31gcZ
God I hate this fucking state. https://t.co/F8DRMq67rP