In August, 2011 I arrived to the National Archives at College Park, Maryland, Washington DC. Sure, I had some discussions with an archivist beforehand, but it was still a long shot. I was looking for a bunch of statistics published by the Department of Commerce in the 1930s. He said: “We just a have few”. […]
Next week I will return to Leicester for the School of Museum Studies’ PhD Research Week. I will have my presentation next Wednesday. But this post is not about my visit. It is loosely related to a Public Enemy rap song.
Once I wrote my blogpost, it was like a weight has been lifted off my chest. And I wrote over 4,000 words in two weeks. This feels great. I have to admit this was a rather intense two weeks. Aside from scoring victories in my professional work, I finally put myself together and started writing […]
Hi all. Here’s a new face, trying to follow in the footstepts of Amy, who’s now in the final year of her PhD. So welcome everyone from Balatonalmadi, a small city in Hungary near the Balaton Lake. I have just started my PhD journey, and according to my professor, we are heading in a very […]