Since I posted the list here, many people have visited, added themselves in the comments or messaged me about it. I even got a link on HNN!
I hope the #twitterstorians hashtag is useful and the list has helped you, dear reader, find some like-minded folk. But the (AFAIK) impossibility of searching twitter users by keyword in their profiles means it’s still tough to find people in particular fields. I excitedly went to watch this guide to “academic networking on twitter” http://www.academicevolution.com/2009/09/academic-networking-with-twitter.html but was disappointed by the Twitter 101 “advice”, no secret shortcuts or useful tools.
@joannainchile Joanna McGarry
@joadraymond Joad Raymond
@missannersley Catherine Wright
@leasbreda Medievalist and Anglo-SaxonistStill more! (24/9)
@candace_nast grad student at University of
Windsor in Ontario, Canada. Also working on a digital history
guide for students looking for graduate programs.
@ericmjohnson - Eric Johnson, history of science
@FashionHistoria - Heather Vaughan
@misciel - Michelle Laughran
@heidenkind - Tasha B., Art History