Editors’ Note: This post is part of a series of reflections from winners of NCPH awards in 2022. Marie Acemah and Alice Qannik Glenn were part of the See Stories’ team that won an honorable mention in the small institution category for Outstanding Public History Project Award for their short film The Forgotten Slavery of Our Ancestors. Read More
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Editor’s Note: This is the first in a series of posts from members of the Local Arrangements Committee for the NCPH 2020 annual meeting which will take place from March 18th through March 21st in Atlanta, Georgia.
Like many sunbelt cities, Atlanta’s origins are more engineered than organic. Read More
Editors’ Note: This is one in a series of posts about the intersection of archives and public history that will be published throughout October, or Archives Month in the United States. This series is edited by National Council on Public History (NCPH) board member Krista McCracken, History@Work affiliate editor Kristin O’Brassill-Kulfan, and NCPH The Public Historian co-editor/Digital Media Editor Nicole Belolan. Read More