For next week’s Mentoring Monday, Simon Lloyd, University Archivist and Special Collections Librarian at UPEI’s Robertson Library, invites us to dance “The Research Two-Step”: locating digital guides (“maps”) and reaching out for online consultations and assistance.
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought many unexpected challenges and sorrows into people's lives.
At the same time, it has also given them the opportunity to, like Anne, find heroism in the decision
The end of this story is one of emergence:
Montgomery herself becomes one of the grand purveyors of absorbing reading for many generations, in many worlds.
A healthy society spends most of its energies trained on the present and the future. But a healthy society also devotes some of its energies to remembering and understanding the past. The historian's job is to tell or remind people today about the lives of others in the past. That's it.
I still remember the view from the lectern as I stood before the audience and presented my paper at the Delta Prince Edward Hotel [2008 LMMI Conference]. Despite my Japanese accent, the audience members and fellow presenters were very kind to me.