NCPH 2015: Reflecting on the Public History and Play Working Group (and more): Blog #5 — April 19, 2015
- Reflections on defining play, empathy, and fun. Some praise and criticism of the conference. Personal public history conference goals this year
Never Meet Your Heroes: Reflecting on My Time at the Baseball Hall of Fame: Blog #4 — April 6, 2015
- On my 2014 experience building a digital exhibit and archive for the NBHOF, reflects upon the problems encountered and solutions founds
- Links to Sport in American History blog post
Professional Wrestling: A Sports/Queer History Mix-tape: Blog #3 — March 10, 2015
- On alternative presentations of masculinity in professional wrestling since 1945. Challenges the current analytic framework of hegemonic masculinity.
- Links to Sport in American History blog post, co-written with Liz Catte
What the heck is a Hall of Fame? Thoughts on Consecration and Museums: Blog #2 — February 3, 2015
- On hall of fame museums and what distinguishes these institutions from other history museums. Outlines several unique points about halls of fame, such as cultural consecration and imagined existence.
Can entertaining video games be used to teach history?: Blog #1 — January 15, 2015
- On video games, historical empathy, and Papers, Please.