An excellent conversation with scholars and community activists about the new book profiling the practices and activism of public history.
Please give a listen to the video below. The recording that was previously posted did not display correctly, so we have now posted it to youtube and seems to work better (August 20).
Dozens of people attended this great event. We were unable to record with speaker view.
. And consider purchasing this book which is available from University of Colorado Press. If you can't afford to purchase, consider asking your library to do so.
“There is no book that does what this book does, that provides a strategy for doing this kind of work and illustrates that strategy with such a detailed and important example. That the case study here is such a controversial and divisive story makes this volume all the more valuable.” —Peter Rachleff, Macalester University