Public Voice

Upcoming webinars

The Made by History webinars are only available for current OAH members

Sponsored by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation as part of the Public Voice for Historians Project.


made by History - The Washington Post

Limited to 90 people
When: Tuesday, June 22, 2 pm-3 pm (ET)
Registration to open June 14
This complimentary interactive webinar is available to current OAH members only on a first-come, first-served basis.
 
Historians and Political Activism
This webinar will explore how historians use their expertise to shape the political arena and public policy process. Made By History editor and immigration historian Carly Goodman will be joined in conversation by two scholars whose historical work informs the public debate: Erika Lee, who is President-Elect of the OAH and Regents Professor of History and Asian American Studies and the Director of the Immigration History Research Center at the University of Minnesota; and Yael Schacher, who is a senior U.S. advocate at Refugees International, where she focuses on U.S. asylum, U.S. refugee admissions, temporary protected status, and immigration policy.
 
 
 

Past Webinars

Writing for the Public: Why it Matters and How to Do it

This webinar features specific strategies for pursuing public-facing writing and discusses ways to integrate this work into your C.V. and tenure file to credit public engagement work and demonstrate impact. 

Hosted by Brian Rosenwald and Kathryn Cramer Brownell, editors at Made By History, Washington Post.

This workshop will be conducted in the Zoom Meetings platform to allow all participants to interact using cameras and microphones

A recording of this webinar is available in the Member Forum on the OAH Connected Community