Originally published 11/21/2017
"We were struck by the way that the most successful collaborations were ones where the distinct identities of arts and humanities researchers and businesses in the creative industries blurred. "
Originally published 06/26/2017
Historians have a role as pundits, he argues, but they have to resist the impulse to oversimplify the news.
Originally published 04/15/2014
At a meeting of the National Council for Public History in Monterey, California, historians had an answer.
Originally published 03/23/2014
Elizabeth M. Covart
The first ever unconference for independent historians proved to be a remarkable success.
Originally published 02/27/2014
Major corporations have stepped into the gap as federal and state arts and humanities budgets are slashed.
Originally published 01/02/2014
David Austin Walsh
According to an AHA panel, simply by doing what public historians do best: by building relationships with the local community.
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