Sometimes a project can come together very quickly. An article is with some efficiency. That book review is only one month late. Book projects, of course, take longer. Much longer. And then sometimes, certain labors of love take a very long time to be released into the wild that is the community of scholars and teachers of history. Yesterday, I am pleased to announce my labor of love (shared with M. Christine Anderson and Judith Metz, SC) that is The Journal of Sister Justina and the Santa Maria Institute, a new American Catholic History Classroom hosted by American Catholic History Research Center and University Archives at Catholic University, went online.
Well, our American Catholic History Classroom featuring Sisters Justina and Blandina Segale (Sisters of Charity and biological sisters) and the Santa Maria Institute (a social settlement house established to aid Italian immigrants in Cincinnati, OH) is available for teachers and scholars everywhere!
And, better yet! I got to talk about why this exhibit and working with everyone at CUA’s archives are so wonderful as a guest contributor to the archives’ blog: The Archivist’s Nook. Go see what I said. Check out other posts (subscribe to it even). And while you’re at it, explore the wonderful resource that is the American Catholic History Classroom!