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."
Editors’ Note: This post is part of a series of reflections from winners of NCPH awards in 2022. Constance Schulz is the winner of the Robert Kelley Memorial Award which honors achievements in making history relevant to individuals outside academia.
What does it mean to have spent a professional lifetime as a public historian? Read More
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 filmTheForgotten Slavery of Our Ancestors.Read More
Editor’s Note: This post is part of a series of reflections from winners of NCPH awards in 2022. Joan Zenzen is the winner of the Excellence in Consulting Individual Awardfor her work on Using Oral History to Affect Community Change: Action in Montgomery at its 20th Anniversary. Read More
The National Council on Public History (NCPH) is excited to announce the creation of a new award: the NCPH Grassroots Public History Award. This award reflects NCPH’s commitment to acknowledging the many different kinds of work public historians do and the wide array of places we do it, particularly outside of large and predominately white institutions. Read More
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