Thinking Historically, Reaching Broadly: Notes on Sharing Research outside the Academy

As historians, we peer through the rear-view mirror because it may offer us the safest routes for moving forward.

Lecture Description

This lecture introduces some of the key questions and challenges of doing public-facing work today. In strongly maintaining the importance and necessity of this kind of work, this talk offers lessons and insights from past experiences in doing journalism and mass media projects, museum and curatorial work, expert testimonies, and other forms of public history.

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General and Historiography Public History and Memory

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