This comprehensive public history project aims to serve as a national public reckoning with mass incarceration by viewing the issue through local communities.
The essays in the August 2017 issue of The Public Historian all deal with the diverse historical narratives that reside in any historical site or event.
The public history project originated in Copenhagen and gives statues a voice.
The May 2017 issue of The Public Historianlooks at how women’s history is represented in public.
Q&A with author, artist, and agitator Ruth Sergel about her arts, humanities, public history, and social activism practice, writing ‘See You in the Streets,’ and more.
MARCH is co-sponsoring the 7th Annual Public History Community Forum. FREE with RSVP.
The Pennsylvania Historical Association invites proposals on all aspects of Pennsylvania and Mid-Atlantic history for its 2017 Annual Meeting.
The American History Association recognized several local scholars and professionals for their contributions to the field of history, including two working in public history.
Creators of a digital map invite residents to explore centuries of West Philadelphia history.