We looked inside some of the tweets by @JourSouHist and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
For a final assignment in my southern hist seminar, I want each student to choose an online database/topic-specific archive and, over the course of the semester, develop a project on it. What are your favorites on southern hist?
Okay y'all I've compiled all the comments into this one big thread on topic-focused archives, which I'll be using in my southern history seminar for each student to pick one and do a deep dive over the semester. Enjoy! https://t.co/psxOFTfn1D
New handle, same account! Please follow us for the latest happenings in relation to H-SAWH. Now on Instagram too @ h_sawh https://t.co/ptPZZuj7LY
#twitterstorians View our latest blog written by history grad students living and working during the pandemic: “Admitted: Spring 2020” by Omari Averette-Phillips (@omariA_P), MA student at Claremont Graduate University. https://t.co/Mt9TVNt9Js @SHAGradCouncil @JourSouHist https://t.co/LqNoZFjdEh
I wrote about my experiences being a new grad student and dealing with underlying health condition during COVID and @TheSouthernSHA was nice enough to publish it on their blog. https://t.co/G9Ht8VMCuP
Here is a note for recent authors from the #JER book reviews team: check out the message below on how to ensure your book is in the pipeline for review. Also posted at the #JERPano: https://t.co/KBGPctUeR2 https://t.co/Y9WPDOhHiV
#Twitterstorians, if you've had a book come out in the last few months, it is a great idea to reach out to your press and to journals in your field to be sure that they have received a copy of your book for review. Here's how to reach us at JSH: https://t.co/AEgCPdbsiZ https://t.co/OqZOmKjgiG
Replace Confederate statues with the Journal of Southern History. @JourSouHist
Favorite civil rights movement memoirs for a college class other than Anne Moody (which I LOVE). Go. #twitterstorians