Monthly Archives: November 2016

Devouring (and Drinking) American History – The New York Times

From her tiny kitchen in Chinatown, Sarah Lohman, a self-described historic gastronome, recreates eating regimens of yore. Source: Devouring (and Drinking) American History – The New York Times

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At New York immigration museum, guides cope with hostile remarks | Reuters

By Sebastien MaloNEW YORK (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – A New York City history museum that celebrates immigration to the United States is giving it Source: At New York immigration museum, guides cope with hostile remarks | Reuters

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http://ncph.org/history-at-work/a-response-to-the-election/

What role should public historians play in advocating for issues of “justice and equality”in the midst of a divisive political climate, and possibly divisive presidential leadership?

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Public History and Shared Authority at SEAC

Attendees of this year’s Southeastern Archaeological Conference  in Athens, GA, were able to view the traveling Long Swamp: Life in the Etowah River Valley exhibit.  The exhibit uses a variety of media sources to present visitors with a museum-like experience … Continue reading

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