History@Work, the National Council on Public History’s commons page, is featuring a three-part round table on the MARCH forum from November 6. It is a great collection of perspectives, and my small contribution appears in the first part. It is very exciting and humbling for me to be included in this inspiring group of scholars and practitioners.
- Notes from the Landscape: Tremont Job Corps Conservation Center
- Five Stars for Camping Con!
- Diamonds in the Rough: A Conversation about the National Park Service’s Postwar Turn to Poverty, Pollution, and Urban Planning at the National Council on Public History
- Finishing the Sesquicentennial
- Putting my Ph.D. to Work
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