A hiatus and a contest!

Today’s post is a brief notice that the Acadiensis Blog will be going on a short, two-week hiatus, and we will return on Monday, 13 June, with some new content.

In the meantime, the Acadiensis team would like to ask if any of our readers could suggest some open-source images of Atlantic Canada for us to include on the Acadiensis website. We have plenty of seaside images, and while we would be open to more we are most interested in those images of Atlantic Canada that deviate from the well-established tropes of tall ships, fishing, and the sea. What does Atlantic Canada mean to you?

And we are turning this into a contest! The person who makes the most interesting suggestion for an Atlantic Canadian image gets their choice of two prizes: 1. You get to write a blog post explaining the relevance and the provenance of your image; or 2. You get to not write a blog post explaining the relevance and provenance of your image. The choice is yours! Please send all image suggestions to slumkoski@gmail.com with the subject Acadiensis Images.

We can’t wait to see what you come up with, and we look forward to bringing you a new post on June 13!

 

 

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About The Acadiensis Blog

The Acadiensis Blog is a place for Atlantic Canadian historians to share their research with both a scholarly and general audience. We welcome submissions on all topics Atlantic Canadian. If you are interested in contributing to the blog, please contact Acadiensis Digital Communications Editor Corey Slumkoski at corey.slumkoski@msvu.ca.
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