Editors’ Note: We publish the editor’s introduction to the August 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.
The current issue features multiple authors who detail a model of publicly engaged, collaborative, and activist historical work. Read More
From Amazon and Starbucks unionization drives to the waves of strikes that have roiled higher education in recent months, American workers are thinking critically about labor and moving towards action. Museum and historical site professionals are no different. Projects like Art/Museums Salary Transparency 2019, and Instagram accounts like Museumworkersspeak, and Changethemuseum, have stimulated the conversation among art museum workers, but public historians have been comparatively silent. Read More
As a member of the Atlanta Local Arrangements Committee for the annual meeting of the National Council on Public History (NCPH), I have an unusual opportunity. By revisiting the work we did to prepare for a meeting that didn’t happen in 2020, I am able to chart how the ensuing two years have changed public history in Atlanta and beyond.Read More
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