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thomas cauvin 4h
FEEDBACK: what do you think of: 1 ) my new design to present public history as a metaphor of a tree. I took into account some previous feedback. 2 ) The title : Public His(tree) (proposed by ) Thank you.
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Lacey Beloved by Millenials and 3 Gen Xers Nov 7
If you’re in graduate school right now or an undergraduate taking classes related to or are your professors talking to you about museum unionizing and labor organizing inthe field?
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Lacey Beloved by Millenials and 3 Gen Xers Oct 2
Conversations with black interpreters are crucial to this larger discussion about historic interpretation and this is a great example of that
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Dr. Abigail R. Gautreau 🧙🏻‍♀️ Aug 9
Okay, hivemind, I need your help! I'm offering a one-credit class called "What is public history," mainly as a way to attract students to my 3-credit PH (undergrad) class. The class just made(!), and I know I had great ideas, but I can't remember them! Thoughts?
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Dr. Abby Schreiber Sep 18
It's great to see that my research has reshaped the narrative at Homewood, and that visitors appreciate and learn from it.
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Nick Sacco Aug 8
For my friends in : St. Louis County is hiring a full-time historian/historic sites manager. Good pay and benefits. Lots of neat sites you'd be managing. More information here:
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Chelsea R. Miller Nov 8
If we don't act, we're complicit in harm and violence that has pushed countless public historians out of the field. We must now actively work towards eliminating sexual violence from . Here are my recommendations for public historians & public history organizations.
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Will Elliott 35m
I had thought about replying with a serious tweet referencing the students, but decided to go with the quick joke instead.
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UALR Department of History 2h
We're pleased to announce another thesis defense! Devin Sorrows will defend his thesis project, "Life Along the Color Line in Little Rock: Archaeological Investigation of Two Sites on South Arch Street," on Fri, Nov 22, at 2pm in Stabler Hall 601M.
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David McKenzie Oct 30
Want to gain experience in , particularly exhibition work, on-site visitor evaluation, and a bit of digital history, plus share a cubicle with me (not sure if incentive or disincentive)? Check out our paid History Internship!
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Helen Antrobus Jul 29
and - are there any Public History networks around at the moment? Any chances to meet up and share practice/experiences/opportunities? Either in London or nationally elsewhere? I'm really interested in how we are sharing beyond digital...
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Irmgard Zündorf Aug 22
The website for the 6th World Conference of the International Federation for Public History in Berlin 18-22 August is online: and so is the CfP!!!
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Marla Miller Oct 16
Some good news for the field: while some reports suggest visitation to historic sites is falling, since 1979 the # of visits to NPS History parks has "increased considerably." Conclusion? Interest in history isn't declining, but changing.
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Amanda L. Higgins Aug 1
great entry-level research and education positions, where you’ll get the chance to work with incredible, dedicated colleagues. Plus me and my charming banter.
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Abby Curtin Teare Oct 15
1. I'm looking for people with experience in the intersecting fields of and interested in participating in an working group on the topic. All kinds of experience welcome - do you write grants? manage grant-funded projects?
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Jalane Smash the Fash Schmidt 👩🏾‍🏫📢 Sep 18
Competing priorities on display in : city maintenance staff power washes off the Confederate monument graffiti which read "1619" (the year enslaved Africans were first brought to Virginia), while at the slave auction block, someone left flowers.
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Gerald Maher ⚓🌍 Aug 18
It's becoming such a trite byline. Shame on because there are 'forgotten' histories (in the broad sense of the concept) in Ireland but one of the most researched individuals in Irish history is not one of them! deserves better treatment.
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Dr. Lindsey Passenger Wieck Oct 23
It's official! As of this week, has a set of standards for tenure and promotion added to our faculty handbook! Excited for the public recognition of the many types of scholarship and service public historians do!
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thomas cauvin 8h
"Public History in Digital Transformation" Very interesting international 3-day workshop for PhD researchers. Some funding available. Please share.
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Claire Du Laney Nov 19
My first curated exhibit "Mapping Nebraska: From Nations to Statehood" is now on display in the Osborne Family Gallery . Many thanks to community member Micah Evans for this collaboration!
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