Spearheaded by Leon Fink, LaborOnline is the internet side of Labor: Studies in Working-Class History of the Americas. Meant for quick discussion of issues of the journal–or just whatever the committee deems interesting–LaborOnline signals a semi-permanent position for me in LAWCHA, continually helping aggregate content and organize academics to participate in ongoing web discussions. Continue reading
Professor Nancy MacLean (Duke University) requested a website for her Center for the study of Class, Labor, and Social Sustainability, or CLASS for short. Continue reading
Branching from earlier efforts, Scholars for a Progressive North Carolina needed a web presence to both advertise its existence to the media and coordinate its members. Continue reading
In 2008, Professor Patrick Williams at the University of Arkansas gave me the task of creating an index of all articles about the Civil War in Arkansas in the Arkansas Historical Quarterly for the Sesquicentennial. Not only did I do that, I created a searchable, indexed, web-based interface for users to browse the articles.