Month: December 2022

Teaching, research, and more

All good things, etc.

Well, it’s the end of the semester, and boy, I am I ready to catch up on sleeping, audiobooks, and playing Pokemon! But at the same time, there’s also a kind of accomplishment you can feel at the end of the semester, looking back at everything you did. Or at least, that’s how I like…
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A Screenshot of "Versailles: The Palace is Yours," from Google Arts & Culture

My tour through virtual reality

This week, I was confronted with a veritable smorgasbord of groovy tools in HIST 8500. On the one hand, something more familiar, an area in which I could in fact see myself drawing on it for teaching purposes and even creating work of my own; the other, a place where frankly I’m completely at sea…
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