Category Archives: archives

Student Robin Lynch’s presentation to the El Paso County Pioneers’ Association

Congratulations to UCCS History student Robin Lynch, who (after a 25-year career in the military) came to our graduate program and has been doing some amazing work in discovering some previously untapped sources on the history of poor farms and … Continue reading

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Colorado Coalfield War Archaeology Project Talk

From the UCCS Newsletter, notice of a wonderful event coming up soon: Karin Larkin of UCCS Anthropology will be discussing her work in archaeology around the site of the Ludlow Massacre in 1914: Tuesday, Feb. 19, 4:30 – 6, in … Continue reading

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The Rockefeller Plan at Colorado Fuel and Iron, 1914-1942: Public Lecture at Pioneer’s Museum

This Saturday (April 7th), Jonathan Rees, Professor of History at CSU–Pueblo and the blogger behind the history and higher education blog More or Less Bunk, will be giving a public lecture at the Pioneer’s Museum. This will be Saturday, April … Continue reading

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Blogging the Anniversary of Kristallnacht

Paul Harvey Katrina Gulliver, a historian currently residing in Munich, runs a wonderful blog called “Notes from the Field” full of fascinating images and photos and commentary on her research and travels. Gulliver is also the ringleader of the Twitterstorians, … Continue reading

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Spamalot: Creative Writing that Will Never Appear Here

by Professor Paul Harvey Someday a really technologically capable historian will go through and cut-and-paste together a book purely from auto-spam “comments” that appear behind the scenes of blogs. Most blogs, including this one, have automatic filters that put them in … Continue reading

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