Editor’s Note: Want to learn more about the Acadia Job Corps Conservation Center in Maine’s Acadia National Park? We sat down with Laura Miller and Angela Sirna and learned about his program’s impact on the community and individual corpsmen. This post is part of a series of reflections from winners of NCPH awards in 2022.Read More
Editors’ Note: This post is part of a series of reflections from winners of NCPH awards in 2022. Laura Miller, Independent Historical Consultant, with Angela Sirna, National Park Service, won honorable mention-individual for “An Island Apart”: The Job Corps at Acadia National Park, 1966-1969."
From Around the Field this week: The Rubenstein Library is accepting applications for grants and fellowships; the Oral History Association calls for proposals; the Arts + Business Council for Greater Philadelphia is holding a virtual workshop
Editors’ Note: We publish the editor’s introduction to the February 2023 issue of The Public Historian here. The entire issue is available online to National Council on Public History members and to others with subscription access.
This issue begins with Jean-Pierre Morin’s “Considering the Revolution: The Identities Created by the American Revolutionary War,” the second in a five-part series that arc from the origins to the legacies of the American Revolution (see part 1, “Considering the Revolution: Indigenous Histories and Memory in Alaska, Hawai’i, and the Indigenous Plateau” and “Decolonizing Museums, Memorials, and Monuments” in the November 2021 issue). Read More
From Around the Field this week: The American Association for State and Local History is asking for survey responses; the Oral History Association calls for proposals; the Mellon Foundation and the Smithsonian Institution are holding a virtual discussion
From Around the Field this week: The Virginia Museum of History & Culture is accepting applications for fellowships; the American Association for State and Local History is holding a webinar; the Society of Architectural Historians calls for proposals
From Around the Field this week: The National Park Service is accepting applications for a fellowship program; the Society for History Education calls for papers; the Society for US Intellectual History is accepting applications for a community scholars program
In August, the Pennsylvania LGBT History Network completed its latest traveling exhibit, titled Out on Campus: A History of LGBTQ+ Activism at Pennsylvania College and Universities. The exhibit is currently scheduled for visits at nine locations around the state, including various colleges and universities and LGBT community centers.Read More
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