Public History News
Sandwiching WWII and the Civil War into a single day, a contingent of Stevenson public historians visited Gettysburg on September 19, 2015. Opportunities to speak with WWII veterans are becoming increasing rare, and, therefore, when given the opportunity to do just that, Stevenson PHIST majors, history minors, and faculty journied up to Gettysburg....Click here to read more.
The Stevenson Public History Program undertook one of its best field trips in recent memory as it took to the roads to visit the Carroll County Farm Museum. On Saturday September 12th, a handful of intrepid PHIST majors and faculty members drove out to see Steam Day at the Carroll County Farm Museum....Click here to read more.
Faculty and students alike--especially our students-- are overjoyed to welcome Professor Jamie Goodall to Stevenson's Department of Public History....
The Stevenson University Public History Program has a secret weapon at the National Guard Museum of the United States-- Ryan Trainor. Working with Stevenson's Admissions program while earning his MLS, Ryan was also a volunteer in the University Archives. Since that time, Ryan has earned his graduate degree and has been employed as an Archivist and Museum Specialist with the National Guard Memorial Library & Museum in Washington, D.C. ...Click here to read more.
Cristo Rey Jesuit High School had an archival need and the Stevenson Public History Program responded. During Stevenson University's new January Term, eight students enrolled in a Public History Archives course volunteered to help set-up that institution's first archive. Providing approximately 200 hours of skilled labor and $100 worth of materials, the students inventoried materials, created a digital database, and processed approximatey 18 linear feet of documents and artifacts. The new archive documents the first seven years of Cristo Rey Jesuit High School's existence in Baltimore....Click here to read more.
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