Anne Parsons and Kelley George discuss their exhibit concerning haunted history at the Temple Gallery on Friday, Oct. 28, 2011 at 6 PM.
Center for Public History co-hosts first annual Philadelphia Public History Community Forum on April 29, 2011. Read all about it in the Public History News.
Center for Public History supports preservation of USS Olympia by documenting summit convened to identify new steward.
Public History graduate students collaborate with First Person Museum.
Want to work for the National Park Service? Find out how to become a ranger with Temple’s new ProRanger Program.
Nov. 18: “Record, Preserve, Document, Shape:” Steve Lubar talks about the public humanities @ Paley Library lecture hall, 4:00.
Sept. 23: Dr. Karen Cox @ CHAT, 3:30, to discuss Dreaming of Dixie: How the South Was Created in American Popular Culture (UNC Press, 2011).
May 3: Welcome to Visiting Assistant Professor Dale Winling who will join the History Department and Pulbic History Program in Fall 2010.
October 29:Classes explore city history beyond the Liberty Bell. Two-hour bus tour demonstrates challenges of Germantown’s treasures.
September 9:Five-million piece Philadelphia Jewish Archives Center collection opens at Temple Libraries.
August 31:We’ve unveiled a revised graduate introduction to public history this semester. You can follow along here.
June 18: Temple U Board of Trustees approves optional concentration in Public History for the MA in History.
April 22: Bill Turkel (U Western Ontario), “Public History and the Infinite Archive,” Paley Library Lecture Hall, 3:30.
March 23: Congratulations to David Young and Cliveden of the National Trust for securing a Pew Heritage Philadelphia grant to support its “Germantown Works” initiative.