Public History

Public History shares various links related to the public history topic. If there is a resource you do not see here that was on this page, please contact me here.

  1. A Fifth of November Wagon Rolls Again:
  2. A Man of Many Talents, Many Tribes:
    A Q&A with Dennis Zotigh:
  3. Slaves in the Ivy League: Princeton Discovers Its Racial Past:
  4. Elaborate Halloween Costume Tips from a 19th-Century Guide to Fancy Dress:
  5. “When Halloween Mischief Turned to Mayhem”:
  6. Boston Globe, Old North Church Opens Old Crypt:
  7. AASLH Blog: “Fakelore, Story Creep, and Other Crimes Against History”:
  8. A Graphic Guide to Cemetery Symbolism:
  9. AASLH Blog, “Artful Encounters with Women’s History at the National Gallery of Art”:
  10. The Ways of Improvement, “What a Historian Said to His Classes Today”:
  11. AHA Blog, “Odd Jobs: The Outliers of Where Historians Work”:
  12. The Virginian Pilot:
  13. The New York Times, “The Holocaust Museum Sought Lessons on Syria. What It Got Was a Political Backlash.”:
  14. WGBH, “‘Hamilton’ May Be A Broadway Hit, But Do School Kids Know Why?”: