Dr. Jamie L.H. Goodall

Dr. Jamie L.H. Goodall

@L_Historienne

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PhD Pirates in the Atlantic. Military History. Politics. First gen. #SwashbucklinStoryTime. Torienne. I drink & I know things. she/her

Baltimore, MD
Joined on August 12, 2011
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This time last year I was teaching in the fall semester at Stevenson. Oh how I miss campus, my colleagues, and the students. But grateful for my current position. Life changes fast. 🤎🍃🍂🍁 https://t.co/0JnCaJkhnC

Tried some Barre work before this morning’s ride! 💪🏻❤️ #peloton #onepeloton #barre https://t.co/8rpSMrUkL3

The first event of our “Caribbean Feminisms Series” –– Digital Caribbean––has started! We are doing live tweets from the event. Keep up with us by tagging us & using the hashtag #caribbeanfeminisms. This series is hosted & curated by @NanaYBrantuo & Dr. @AndreaNBaldwin. https://t.co/TVykdNSFAe

The first event of our “Caribbean Feminisms Series” –– Digital Caribbean––has started! We are doing live tweets from the event. Keep up with us by tagging us & using the hashtag #caribbeanfeminisms. This series is hosted & curated by @NanaYBrantuo & Dr. @AndreaNBaldwin. https://t.co/TVykdNSFAe

Quoted @CPHatSMU

🚨The CPH has a new podcast!🚨 "The Past, the Promise, the Presidency"- w/ co-hosts @lmchervinsky @SharronWConrad & @jeffreyaengel. Season 1, "Race & the American Legacy" explores the history of race relations in the U.S., through the lens of the presidency (Lincoln to Trump)./1 https://t.co/ML6meF4r4l

🚨The CPH has a new podcast!🚨
"The Past, the Promise, the Presidency"- w/ co-hosts @lmchervinsky @SharronWConrad & @jeffreyaengel. 
Season 1, "Race & the American Legacy" explores the history of race relations in the U.S., through the lens of the presidency (Lincoln to Trump)./1 https://t.co/ML6meF4r4l

I'm pretty excited about this new project. The topic is so important and timely for 2020. We've already learned so much from the experts and I think you will too. Subscribe today and tune in October 1 for the first two episodes! https://t.co/sCLugMOV6G

THE AIR WAR COLLEGE IS HIRING! Open rank search for a professor of international security, with a focus on space, technology, and new domains. ABDs highly encouraged to apply! https://t.co/L7DguLaa2O

Quoted @CullmanNYPL

ATTENTION WRITERS AND THE PEOPLE WHO KNOW THEM: The application for the 2021-22 Cullman Center Fellowship is now live! Deadline to apply: Friday, September 25, 2020. PLEASE SHARE WIDELY: https://t.co/yroU8Hd57x

Well, we're almost there... deadline to apply to a 2021-22 Cullman Center Fellowship is TOMORROW! 9/25! 5PM! If you are applying, PLEASE DO NOT FORGET TO HIT THE SUBMIT BUTTON. https://t.co/YsSTboHHnq

If you’re looking for a new podcast, might I suggest @HerstoryR!

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: JUNIOR FELLOWS PROGRAM at Rare Book School’s Andrew W. Mellon Society of Fellows in Critical Bibliography https://t.co/rMitu4ngSY’s-andrew-w-mellon

anyone have good recommendations for reading about Quakers during the Revolutionary War? (Inspired by Robert Townsend on TURN, but interested much more broadly than that.) #AmRel #twitterstorians

Quoted @NicoleAtAMuseum

.@AdarAyiraViews opening my eyes about language I took for granted. The use of “enslaver” vs “slave owner” is a value judgement, not just a word choice. These historical figures perpetuated a system and that can be amplified in our language. #AASLH2020

I know I and many others have drawn on this collaboratively written "Writing about slavery" document with some language recommendations along these lines: https://t.co/g2PEiBCpOV. #AASLH2020 https://t.co/NoDqvrNmCp

We're still looking for syllabi submissions in women's and gender history for our syllabus bank, especially in feminist theory/thought, and in Asian, Latin American, and African history. See our growing collection at jwh@oucreate.com

people incarcerated in richmond’s jail had concerns about how the jail’s COVID outbreak was being handled. so deputies tear gassed them in their cells and made them sleep in clothes contaminated by chemical weapons & their own vomit. https://t.co/oZDrb87s5M

A much-welcome bright moment today on the radio, talking pandemic #rollerderby & @StoneColdJane #JaneAusten with @kjzzphoenix's The Show! I'm missing @azderbydames, grateful for #derbytwitter, & hope all of you are finding ways to stay strong now. https://t.co/NENiWehXu1

Great read from @DrSashaTurner in @BlkPerspectives this morning. I didn’t know who Bessy Chambers was but now I want to know more. “Distinguishing Abolition from Reform” https://t.co/KSdINHqZVk

Quoted @HistoryJobs

Posted Today: Assistant Professor, Nineteenth-Century US History | University of Washington Department of History https://t.co/chaMCU6y26

Yes, we’re hiring @UWHist ! Thrilled by the opportunity to welcome a new colleague into this tenure-track position in US Civil War & Reconstruction. Please read and share widely: https://t.co/nnDoOxtk7P

How did European emigration to the Americans differ between the 16th, 17th, and 18th centuries? Find out in the AHA's latest booklet. #twitterstorians https://t.co/s1WQw3SZTw

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