William G. Thomas III is the John and Catherine Angle Professor in the Humanities and Professor of History at the University of Nebraska. He currently serves as the Chair of the Department of History. He is a Faculty Fellow of the Center for Digital Research in the Humanities. He has produced award-winning digital history projects, and his research has been funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities and the American Council of Learned Societies. His most recent book is The Iron Way: Railroads, the Civil War, and the Making of Modern America (Yale University Press, 2011). He is currently working a history of slavery and freedom in early Washington, D.C. and Prince George’s County, Maryland, “A Question of Freedom”: The Ordeal of an American Family in the Age of Revolution.”
- There’s No Such Thing as a Free Rolex, via @nytimes final chapter for one of worst Virginia governors ever https://t.co/2ZzgSnAYGy 08:13:03 AM April 30, 2016 from NYTimes for iPad - Breaking N...
- The First Global Terrorists Were Anarchists in the 1890s, via @nytimes from historian Maya Jassanof https://t.co/IHlZtmof5t 08:09:21 AM April 30, 2016 from NYTimes for iPad - Breaking N...
- A Mockery of Justice for the Poor @nytimes starving public defenders of resources, and high high caseloads https://t.co/Ip75RaNXZY 08:04:31 AM April 30, 2016 from NYTimes for iPad - Breaking N...
- Scalia Tribute Leads to Turmoil at a Virginia University, via @nytimes https://t.co/oxRcShaiL8 06:21:46 AM April 29, 2016 from NYTimes for iPad - Breaking N...
- What is Digital Scholarship? A Typology
- Why the Digital, Why the Digital Liberal Arts? (Middlebury College, December 2014)
- The Future of Digital History, #rrchnm20
- O Say Can You See Project on Early Washington, D.C. first release: petitions for freedom
- Fall 2014 Graduate Interdisciplinary Readings Seminar in Digital Humanities