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Adrianna Link @Adrianna_Link Philadelphia, PA

Historian of science working on anthropology, ecology, and museums. Head of Scholarly Programs at @AmPhilSociety. Managing Editor at @histanthro. Tweets my own.

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Joined Twitter 11/6/14


What a great idea! https://t.co/Zdrcm5g3Qm
10/23
2020
Super excited for this!! https://t.co/Z5bAxZXUfD
10/21
2020
If you’re curious how the Kwakwaka'wakw potlatch, WWI reparations, the OAS, Derrida, the Eurozone crisis, and Occup… https://t.co/aV8FtZKsyp
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10/20
2020
@PatrciaMMarcos You as well!! @arqlgoGuillermo @PatrciaMMarcos The 18th! And thank you! @PatrciaMMarcos Happy birthday!! Are we birthday twins???
10/19
2020
@samueljredman Good luck!! Looking forward to reading the book once it’s available!
10/18
2020
I usually buy myself something nice for my birthday—this year, it’s these two books. I have no doubt that they will… https://t.co/Dh9Ah5sg94
10/14
2020
Been looking forward to this all week!! https://t.co/K9dAABsCOL
10/13
2020
"For the Indigenous victims, their lifelong pain is compounded by the fact that IHS has never issued an apology.” –… https://t.co/2qdb1GPmPt
Retweeted by Adrianna LinkPhilly! Check out this fab program from #IPDPhilly2020 for #IndigenousPeoplesDay (h/t @morgan_ridgway): https://t.co/WS6KUXJrPkMade a tik tok video about Native voting rights #Nativehistory https://t.co/uT83jVVGD4
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10/12
2020
#HST20 has been really inspiring for a lot of reasons, but something that struck me has been the visibility of and… https://t.co/DI8ySZQmIcYes -- this is an important point! https://t.co/0hY9stblXiExcited for the #hst20 plenary on "Museums and Instruments in the History of Science" with Jim Bennett! Want to tal… https://t.co/fhzeEoJs3NLooking forward to representing @AmPhilSociety and being part of this roundtable on fellowships later today at… https://t.co/iXoK4qLrhu @elmilam It’s such a great book!! Congrats!
10/10
2020
Yes! This seems to be the big takeaway from a lot of today's #hst20 panels. https://t.co/9HR4mzZrRpVery happy to answer questions about this and all of our fellowship opportunities at @AmPhilSociety! #hst20 https://t.co/AOEbVkPVqW @eayers0 Feeling similarly -- coming away from a lot of this feeling really inadequate about my work.I love that @laura_stark just reminded everyone attending the "Actors Categories Roundtable" at #HST20 that they ha… https://t.co/T47mqfznua @AyahNerd I'm honestly so sad I can't hug you this week. I miss your hugs.Seconded! A gift to humanity, really. https://t.co/M2XTXzcWh2 @SmithsonianFolk Would be very happy to share the chapter once it’s ready! Also I may need to come visit you soon—… https://t.co/2w9Lq9GUoJ @FossilHistory Yay!!!! Congrats!
10/9
2020
@AmPhilSociety Also happy to discuss opportunities to get involved with @histanthro or to present as part of the… https://t.co/jSnxfz2DOBMissed the #HST20 happy hours but just signed up for the "Chat." Feel free to get in touch if you have questions ab… https://t.co/z0eKyFys0o @dominikhhh @Nickytheprof @chstmorg Know that feeling! I've only just finished the introduction to the piece I'm wo… https://t.co/UtpUN8wIWfCool so spent my 30 minute break cranking out a paragraph connecting Smithsonian folklife, environmental conservati… https://t.co/zz8QXdlGQ4 @dominikhhh @Nickytheprof Please keep me in the loop on this! @gabsellefancy Not sure -- looks like earlier talks in the series have been recorded, so let's hope?In case you don't have anything to watch at #HST20.... https://t.co/CXeQMsdwt5Well, I had planned to do more writing today, but the conversations happening at #HST20 are far more interesting an… https://t.co/gNU65wauzJ @Dr_C_Thompson Agreed--this one deserves (and demands) another watch/listen. @eayers0 Excited to talk more about this with you at some point!As somebody whose research considers the intersection of history of anthropology and environmental history in the 1… https://t.co/OVDb1zMu92Ditto! Also very happy to chat more about fellowship opportunities at @AmPhilSociety--especially if you can't make… https://t.co/pOHcwskYnLAre you an early career scholar in the #historyofscience field? Questions about fellowships? Reply to this tweet or… https://t.co/JnbyA0sRPe
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10/8
2020
@MBarany Totally with you on this!Looking forward to #HST20 starting tomorrow! For any grad student or ECR folks with questions about fellowships in… https://t.co/wRWAJ7g2Zj
Retweeted by Adrianna Link @tweetissima I’d say a month AT MINIMUM is respectful, but obviously that depends on when you learn about a positio… https://t.co/cWudbsyNyiNAISA 2021 Call for Proposals - https://t.co/weI3NfkpTA
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10/7
2020
This was a lot of fun -- always love chatting with @ColdWarScience about all things Cold War. A great way to kick o… https://t.co/3i6vB8ocB1
10/5
2020
Proud to have been able to support @Nicole_Lee_Sch and her scholarship through her fellowship experience at… https://t.co/R1AnDlMdxT
10/2
2020
@bhgross144 @hssonline Agreed -- although now I feel like I need to buy A LOT OF BOOKSExcited to be part of this great roundtable in just a few days! Many thanks to @_trisMEGistus and @KatieofReinharthttps://t.co/v18PM0mi6dCongrats to former @AmPhilSociety fellow @aylwardam and to @lea_bei, who gave an astonishing paper on microscopy at… https://t.co/eQVIwbobRM
10/1
2020
Looking forward to hosting Raina Yancey next Wednesday, Oct. 7 at 1pm ET @AmPhilSociety and learning more about "Th… https://t.co/UkCwR5xzp4We've been working hard behind the scenes to prepare for our upcoming Race and Environment series. Our first event… https://t.co/FvXEBGn8ki
Retweeted by Adrianna Link @PatrciaMMarcos @rosanna_dent @hssonline @rianoseb @AyahNerd @kern_em @skidwayy Same!!
9/30
2020
Join @ArchivistBrianC and I for a final conversation with our fantastic NASI Fellows! Shout out as well to… https://t.co/4C8r8c0UPOJustice Goodwin Liu (APS 2020) on Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg (APS 2006): “The fact is that Justice Ginsburg was al… https://t.co/2pGWtBAeoc
Retweeted by Adrianna LinkI am SO looking forward to reconnecting with our NASI Alumni during today's sessions. While it has been awesome to… https://t.co/ccTIpdZxIN
9/25
2020
@HeyMcClanahan @AmPhilSociety We're doing our best! Thank you! @AmPhilSociety The session will be available in both English and Spanish!Happening now!! #NASI2020 https://t.co/NmuzXdZEj1Join us at 1:00PM for #NASI2020 panel on “Community-Based Archival Initiatives” Learn more and register here:… https://t.co/wek3FvbnrQ
Retweeted by Adrianna LinkTwo more #NASI2020 sessions happening today! Excited to share that our last session on "Engaging Digital Archives t… https://t.co/7qlg72NYZL
9/24
2020
Great day of papers at #NASI2020. Now on to "The Case for Letting Anthropology Burn?" #zoomlife https://t.co/5tQyMCiRSr"Young people are going to change the language. You can choose to be anxious about it, or you can choose to work wi… https://t.co/4DZ5HCTXb0"I'm not interested in perfection. I'm interested in communication." Words we should all try to live by, beautifull… https://t.co/RF1iBlciEoShout out to the kids, the educators, and the zoom masters. Feeling the love from X'unei! #NASI2020So excited to learn more about future plans to digitize Mary Haas' notebooks and to make them accessible to the Tun… https://t.co/R4edIXJpUn"We hold parts of each other's puzzles" - @margaretbruchac at @AmPhilSociety. A call to show up, listen to, and car… https://t.co/iVajGoO9wT
Retweeted by Adrianna LinkThis is a beautiful session. So happy to be able to offer a virtual platform to these brilliant people. #NASI2020I just laughed out loud alone in my office at Marge Bruchac's point about her deliberate use of the term "savage" a… https://t.co/M2Bu7f7Osl"Poetry is useful for reminding us that knowledge is also visual." YES! Really great points being made in this session! #NASI2020NASI Alumni Liandra Skendandore shares her experiences at @AmPhilSociety as well as the power of poetry for sharing… https://t.co/YgRrqIoifLI rarely live tweet, but this panel on "Indigenous Researchers in Non-Native Archives" is 🔥🔥🔥 #NASI2020Equally thrilled with this point about the disservice of the word "informant" -- let's drop this term, @histanthro friends!Great observation from Kevin White about the slippage of time and the harm of hindsight on the lived experience of… https://t.co/ePUIXm1Hw0Really loving this point from Johannah Bird about how archives often prioritize the "care" of objects over the "car… https://t.co/4Qs2CJ1FSGMe, too! https://t.co/KjrUMW27zz
9/23
2020
Are you a union worker in the cultural heritage field? Consider participating in an upcoming event about unionizing… https://t.co/OlPon1KBDA
Retweeted by Adrianna LinkDon’t miss Panel 2 of #NASI2020 this afternoon at 3PM EDT: “Outreach and Relationship-Building through Indigenous A… https://t.co/e9M3nlz455
Retweeted by Adrianna LinkLoving that there are acknowledgments of the land that each panelist is coming from! This is something so simple th… https://t.co/0QWSGjvg5p
Retweeted by Adrianna LinkPumped for day 2 of "Relationships, Reciprocity, and Responsibilities: Indigenous Studies in Archives and Beyond."… https://t.co/LMYMCklSDR
9/22
2020
⁦@AmPhilSociety⁩’s #NASI2020 started TODAY and registration for all virtual sessions is FREE! We’ll be following al… https://t.co/rInVTgsfEx
Retweeted by Adrianna LinkRelationships, Reciprocity, and Relationships Conference @AmPhilSociety is off to a great start. Conference resumes… https://t.co/OZ5SUwwgp3
Retweeted by Adrianna LinkJoin us this afternoon at 1PM EDT for “Relationships, Reciprocity, and Responsibilities” opening plenary “Strengthe… https://t.co/yIBox5UyV9
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9/21
2020
I can’t anymore with this year. Rest in power, Ruth.
9/19
2020
Thinking about attending @AmPhilSociety's Fall Conference on "Relationships, Reciprocity, Responsibilities: Indigen… https://t.co/a6OrHo8lEJ
9/18
2020
@MidEastInEurope @SadiahQureshi @BritishAcademy_ This was such a critical point!Join @reedgochberg and I on Friday, Sept. 18 at 12:30pm ET for the first session of our new Collections & Collectin… https://t.co/zTKyAb8qz0
9/17
2020
@ColdWarScience @AmPhilSociety I had a blast! Thanks for joining us!Looking for something to do during lunch today? Come hang out with me and @ColdWarScience at 1pm ET! We'll be chatt… https://t.co/7XuNjTzH8q
9/16
2020
Geoff Bil takes on several recent Boas titles, offering critical insights into Boasian legacies for the present in… https://t.co/aFVd1UWNL7
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9/15
2020
Please join us next week for the @AmPhilSociety Fall 2020 conference! Our opening welcome and keynote conversation… https://t.co/5nPPjvQU1v
Retweeted by Adrianna Link @WendyTrakes @ColdWarScience Yes that is the plan! It will be available via @AmPhilSociety's YouTube channel.Really looking forward to participating in this reading group organized by my fellow @histanthro editors! Many than… https://t.co/P6KGzUBhFZ
9/14
2020
@USofDisaster @Nicole_Lee_Sch what do you think??
9/12
2020
It's September, which means programming at @AmPhilSociety is in full swing! Join us on Wednesday, 9/16 at 1pm ET fo… https://t.co/5lfmuiMHjT
9/11
2020
@comebackcities @NicolePMeehan Great font choice on this
9/4
2020
Another awesome #webinar coming up later this month: The Case for Letting Anthropology Burn? Race, Racism, and Its… https://t.co/1xB6CEUf45
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9/2
2020
@USofDisaster What do you think, @EliOAnders?One of the best parts of my job at @AmPhilSociety is the awesome programming I get to put together. Really excited… https://t.co/B77jwotSDU
8/31
2020
This. Tonight my son walked into my room wearing the black panther jacket he has worn almost everyday for two years… https://t.co/jVg0aiideV
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8/29
2020
One-year Project Data Manager to work on @US_IMLS funded portal to #EarlyAmerica #AmericanRevolution manuscripts… https://t.co/dCkDEGLKkC
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8/25
2020

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