Back issues of the catalog

This is the archive of A Catalog of Curiosity, a blog project I worked on intermittently from 2016 to 2021. The goals of the project were to first build a list of new-to-me experiences related to history, writing, teaching, and navigating the role of museums in their communities, and then to write about my learning journey as I tried them. Here are fifteen of my favorite posts from the project. Some are favorites because the new-to-me experience was particularly noteworthy, some because I found something particularly interesting or useful to say about it, and some both. Posts about history: I Guess This is a Post About Beauty in Unexpected Places Review: The Warmth of Other Suns Digging into Decorative Orbs Posts about writing: Good Morning, Internet! Writing Medical History in a Pandemic, Part 1    Part 2    Part 3 Posts about about teaching and learning: Making the Implicit Explicit How to tie a shoe, draw a cat, or use a microscope, in three or five or eight easy steps Tinkering as

Two Short Posts in One on Genealogy

Going Backwards into Coding

Scratching the Surface of a Slave-Trading Legacy

Learning to Listen with my Eyes

My Day as a Lobbyist

Reading A Survivor's Story

My seventeen resolutions for the year (sort of!)

Choose My New Year’s Resolutions! (Sort of)