The Public Historian
Through a partnership with the National Council on Public History and the University of California-Santa Barbara, MARCH hosts the office of the co-editor of The Public Historian, the leading journal in the field of public history. The co-editor also serves as Public Historian in Residence at MARCH in a position supported by Rutgers-Camden.
CrossTies originated as the print newsletter of MARCH and continues today on the MARCH website as a dynamic digital magazine for public humanities professionals. Through links on our home page, readers may subscribe to a monthly newsletter of new content or follow MARCH on Facebook or Twitter.
Print newsletters from 2006 through 2010 are available below (PDF format – requires free Acrobat Reader software).
- Spring, In Pursuit of Freedom: A Developing Collaboration to Tell the History of the Underground Railroad and the Anti-Slavery Movement in Brooklyn
- Fall, Can a Regional History Museum Be a Place to Think about the Future?
- Summer, Humanities Work as Civic Investment: The Emerging Encyclopedia of Greater Philadelphia
- Spring, Using Diversity to Reframe the Preservation Movement: Young Preservationists Association of Pittsburgh
- Fall, Starting a Museum: What is essential and what is not?
- Summer, Interpreting the Civil War at Gettysburg
- Spring, Acts of Civic Engagement: Confronting the History of 1960s Racial Disturbances
- Winter, Industrial History: What’s at stake and what’s possible (Bethlehem Steel)
- Fall, Public History at Sites of Protest: Citizenship on the President’s House Viewing Platform
- Summer, Historic site renovation nightmares that DIDN’T happen
- Spring, Community archeaology in New Castle, DE