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BEST SERIES OF POSTS

May 8, 2006 8:30 pm


The 2005 Cliopatria Awards Nominations:
BEST SERIES OF POSTS



NOMINATIONS ARE CLOSED

Please submit, in comments below, your nominations for the best series of posts on a history blog (written since 1 December 2004). [registration not required, but the usual rules of civility and conduct still apply] Nominations will be accepted from November 1st through 30th.

Please include an URL for the series (all posts, or a post within the series that includes links to the whole thing). You may nominate more than one series in this category, or nominate individual blogs or bloggers in other categories.

If you want ideas of blogs or writers to nominate, see the History Blogroll or past editions of the History Carnival. If you're not sure whether a blog or blogger qualifies as"history," nominate them anyway and the judges will make a final determination. If you have questions, feel free to contact the chair of the committee:

Judging Committee: Sharon Howard (chair), Another Damned Medievalist, Tim Burke. [Judges are ineligible to win awards they are judging, but feel free to nominate them for something else!]

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Jonathan Dresner - 12/1/2005

Thanks to all who nominated; it's up to the judges, now. We'll report back in January!


Andy B - 11/30/2005

I nominate Jack Morris-Eyton for his thoughtful articles explaining his original research into the Stone Circles of England, which have been exclusively serialised on the Megalithic Portal blog

http://www.megalithic.co.uk/user.php?op=userinfo&;uname=JACKME

Find them listed as the Last 20 'News' Submissions sent by JACKME at the link above

Thanks,
Andy


Umar - 11/23/2005

I nominate the Empire Week, the Religion in America and the Terror Thing series at chapatimystery. The urls are http://www.chapatimystery.com/cmtour/ there.
dunno if I should make each of these a sep. comment here.


Jill Veerkamp - 11/21/2005

I would like to nominate Mark Grimsley's series of posts on Custer and the Art of the Blog:

http://www.warhistorian.org/blog/index.php?entry=entry050307-174827

It makes a strong case for the value of academic blogging.


Alun Salt - 11/17/2005

http://63.247.138.2/~curculio/index.php?cat=95

Not sure if this counts as <em>history</em> but it's cognate.


Eric Muller - 11/10/2005

I nominate the lengthy series of posts by me and Cliopatrian Greg Robinson refuting the historical claims in Michelle Malkin's book "In Defense of Internment." The posts are gathered in one place at http://www.isthatlegal.org/Muller_and_Robinson_on_Malkin.html


Eric Muller - 11/10/2005

I nominate the lengthy series of posts by me and Cliopatrian Greg Robinson refuting the historical claims in Michelle Malkin's book "In Defense of Internment." The posts are gathered in one place at http://www.isthatlegal.org/Muller_and_Robinson_on_Malkin.html


Janice Ingram - 11/8/2005

Historic Pelham Blog series:

The Sea Serpent of the Sound: Spotted in Pelham Waters in 1877 (Parts I, II and III)

http://historicpelham.blogspot.com/2005/06/sea-serpent-of-sound-spotted-in-pelham.html

http://historicpelham.blogspot.com/2005/06/sea-serpent-of-sound-spotted-in-pelham_30.html

http://historicpelham.blogspot.com/2005/07/sea-serpent-of-sound-spotted-in-pelham.html


Nic - 11/8/2005

"The Canon of Military History"

http://warhistorian.org/blog/index.php?entry=entry050411-060351
http://warhistorian.org/blog/index.php?entry=entry050416-051813
http://warhistorian.org/blog/index.php?entry=entry050423-115923

Prof. Grimsley has many good posts and series of posts, but I found this one of the most interesting. Just as important as the posts themselves are the comments on his blog and the comments he links to on h-war.


anon - 11/6/2005

either spinning clio's series Introduction to Historical Method
http://cliopolitical.blogspot.com/2005/08/introduction-to-historical_112482482753969170.html

or (a)musings of a grad student posts on tribble
http://rebecca-goetz.blogspot.com/2005/09/tribble-fall-out-and-what-we-can-do.html
http://rebecca-goetz.blogspot.com/2005/09/tribble-fall-out-part-ii-ive-gotten.html
http://rebecca-goetz.blogspot.com/2005/09/on-tribble-final-episode_112716249428479567.html


Marc A. Comtois - 11/3/2005

"The Geographical Turn" series (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3) by Nathanael at Rhine River which emphasized Lucien Febvre, the Annales and Braudel and reminded that space is an important factor in history.


Idiot/Savant - 11/1/2005

No Right Turn for the series Sedition by Example, on the history of sedition prosecutions in New Zealand. (This is not a history blog, but this content is certainly historical).

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