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UMass Public History
Since 1986, we've provided a link between the University and the Commonwealth's variety of institutions that preserve and communicate history to the public.
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Marla Miller 18h
What a happy task today, sending copies of the book off to friends & colleagues who helped make it possible.
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UMass Public History 21h
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UMass Public History Dec 6
Planning a project w/, recently visited the borderlands between the U.S. & Mexico. "The border is visible everywhere, a scar of steel & concrete across the Rio Grande Valley. A constant tension, even fearfulness, permeated our movements..."
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Krista Mccracken Dec 6
Reminder: The Governance Committee is seeking feedback on the NCPH Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct until January 6th. We want to hear about what you think the Code is missing or what needs to be improved
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UMass Public History Dec 6
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UMass Press Dec 6
For those who missed 's fantastic live interview with yesterday, you can catch the discussion of "Black Lives, Native Lands, and White Worlds" and New England's checkered history here:
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UMass Public History Dec 6
In case you've missed the @umasspublichistory Instagram takeover by (MA '17) this week, be sure to head over and learn about her fascinating work as the Assistant Curator at .
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Jennifer Serventi Dec 5
I see that the Smithsonian's National Museum of African American History and Culture is seeking a Social Media Community Specialist. Applications due 12/13, but try to submit earlier for consideration.
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UMass Public History Dec 5
Insightful piece on the work of communicating on social media, collaborating as a team & representing an organization. “Each post required a delicate juggling act between our national team that straddled multiple offices, time zones” & platforms.
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UMass Public History Dec 5
Congratulations, ! Thanks for sharing!
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Samuel J. Redman Dec 5
Shout out to my amazing students in Introduction to Public History ... today they presented the results of their semester-long collaborations with the Springfield National Armory, Old Sturbridge Village, the Jones Library, and the Berkshire County chapter of the NAACP.
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Dr. Abigail Perkiss Dec 5
Good morning oral historians! Is anyone interested in joining together for an panel on environmental oral history/oral history and climate change/oral history and disaster?
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UMass Public History Dec 4
Replying to @umassph
For grad students, these skills labs and activities could be an exciting way to fullfill certificate requirements and network with the greater NCPH community. Volunteer to get a free registration!
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UMass Public History Dec 4
has announced its call for Pop-Up exhibits, activities, and skills labs! It will be a great opportunity to showcase and learn more about work at ! Proposals due January 15.
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UMass Public History Dec 3
A fascinating podcast with professionals at⁦⁩ Eastern State Penitentiary Historic Site – Part 1 - StoriesHere ⁦
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NCPH Nov 29
"The Harriet Tubman Museum will be located next to the historic Macedonia Baptist Church, which is in Cape May, a New Jersey town where the abolitionist worked for some time."
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UMass Public History Nov 25
This looks like a lot fun!
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NCPH Nov 25
"The American public memory of Thanksgiving is a story about the 19th century."
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UMass Public History Nov 20
Erika Slocumb says, “There is no rushing oral histories. These memories, for so many in Holyoke’s Black community are sacred in a way, and I think that is why I named the exhibit “Reliquary of Blackness.”
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Marla Miller Nov 20
Applications are open for the Summer Fellowship Program. This program changed my life. Undergraduates should consider applying, and faculty friends, please do circulate the call!
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