About Historiann

Created on December 8th 2007

Historiann is the not very clever pseudonym of Ann M. Little, the author of Abraham in Arms: War and Gender in Colonial New England (2007) and several scholarly articles and book chapters on early American women’s and gender history. She is an Associate Professor in the History Department at Colorado State University. Congratulatory messages, words of praise, and all other fan mail should go to historiannmail ATthingie gmail DOT com.

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  1. Who ever thought you’d be punished for regularly seeing a doctor? | Gender and Technology Spring 2009 on 06 Feb 2009 at 7:10 pm #

    [...] usual, Historiann, a history professor and blogger at Colorado State University, has a great commentary on this [...]

  2. The WORD’s Blog » Blog Archive » PREVIEW: Preliminary Draft - A Preface of Sorts for the DNRAD Project on 31 Aug 2009 at 3:04 pm #

    [...] A citation from one reference source: “Bullying academic departments tend not to allow assistant professors to follow their own bliss, either in the classroom or in their research agendas. This is sometimes the very motive for the bullying: Many departments really don’t want anything – or anyone – new or innovative around. And scrutinizing other people’s work to belittle it is one of the pleasures of academic bullying!” — Historiann. [...]

  3. The WORD’s Blog » Blog Archive » Preliminary Draft: Do Not Remove Any Documents!!! – Part 1: The Loxodonta in the Room on 01 Sep 2009 at 9:08 am #

    [...] Post Script. From Historiann: “Many departments really don’t want anything – or anyone – new or innovative around. [...]

  4. The WORD’s Blog » Blog Archive » The Quiet Before the Sturm und Dang on 30 Oct 2009 at 7:02 am #

    [...] “Bullying academic departments tend not to allow assistant professors to follow their own bliss, either in the classroom or in their research agendas. This is sometimes the very motive for the bullying: Many departments really don’t want anything – or anyone – new or innovative around. And scrutinizing other people’s work to belittle it is one of the pleasures of academic bullying!” — Historiann. [...]

  5. The WORD’s Blog » Blog Archive » Online Faculty Experience Survey on 12 Nov 2009 at 6:03 am #

    [...] “Bullying academic departments tend not to allow assistant professors to follow their own bliss, either in the classroom or in their research agendas. This is sometimes the very motive for the bullying: Many departments really don’t want anything – or anyone – new or innovative around. And scrutinizing other people’s work.”Historiann. [...]

  6. The WORD’s Blog » Blog Archive » Revisiting the 2009 UFS Faculty Survey Review: Re-Visit I on 16 Nov 2009 at 11:05 am #

    [...] “Bullying academic departments tend not to allow assistant professors to follow their own bliss, either in the classroom or in their research agendas. This is sometimes the very motive for the bullying: Many departments really don’t want anything – or anyone – new or innovative around. And scrutinizing other people’s work.” Historiann. [...]

  7. And now a word from our sponsor : Historiann : History and sexual politics, 1492 to the present on 26 Jun 2010 at 10:26 am #

    [...] There was nothing wrong in asking–but I’ve added this statement to the “About Historiann” page linked above.  My brother-in-law, a web guru, designed the template and pays for my [...]

  8. Blogging and the return of the repressed – The Aporetic on 13 Apr 2014 at 8:08 pm #

    […] on blog­ging as schol­ar­ship. There were a num­ber of dis­tin­guished blog­gers there (Anne Lit­tle;  Ken­neth Owen; Ben­jamin Alpers; John Fea), all of whom blog in very dif­fer­ent styles. The […]

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