History@Work Round Table on MARCH Forum

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.

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