Public History

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Public Historian’s Perspective: The Importance of Talking About Family History

How Important it is to Teach Historical Thinking Skills

Digital Resource Examination: The Inclusive Historian’s Handbook

Humanities Indicators Results Reaction: Visitors Historic Sites and Museums on the Rise

How History is Seen by the Public: AASLH Partnership for Grant-Funded Project

A Public Historian’s Participation in Historians At The Movies

The Past is in the Past? A Closer Look into Public History

Patron Request: History and Museums Interpreted Through Children’s Media

Women Represented in Historical Narrative and Museums

Remembering 9/11: 18 years later

Patron Request: People’s Experiences during the Great Depression

100th Anniversary of the Ratification of the 19th Amendment

Thanksgiving: How We Are Changing the Way We Teach Kids Why We Celebrate

The History of Halloween and How Museums Celebrate

How History is Seen by the Public: AASLH Partnership for Grant-Funded Project

Mon cœur va aux gens de France: Fire in the Notre-Dame Cathedral

Patron Request: Does History Repeat Itself? A Discussion About This Concept

Museum Hack’s Relevance: Game of Thrones Mini-Tour

Women Represented in Historical Narrative and Museums

Does “Hamilton” use Relevance to Teach Our Nation’s History?