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Co-Creating Narratives in Public Spaces Symposium Review

I took a break from dissertation writing to attend a symposium called, “Co-Creating Narratives in Public Spaces,” jointly held by the National Park Service and George Washington University in Washington, D.C. Why does the NPS need this symposium? Well, where … Continue reading

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The results are in! What are your thoughts?

The National Council on Public History task force on sustainability recently undertook a survey and published the results in a two-part History@Work series. The task force is looking for additional comments so please share your thoughts! I already have.  http://publichistorycommons.org/sustainability-survey-follow-up-part-1/Continue reading

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Shutdown Showdown and the Battle over National Parks, Week One

  I write “Week One” hoping that this is the only week of the government shutdown, but fearing it may go on longer. On October 1, I watched my NPS colleagues at Catoctin Mountain Park barricade the park and posted … Continue reading

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