Public History News

Keyword: experiential learning

On a recent Sunday afternoon, Stevenson's Public History Program engaged in experiential learning aboard the pirate boat FEARLESS in Baltimore Harbor. Going along on the cruise were 14 PHIST majors, 3 faculty, 3 alums, and 4 .

Recently an intrepid group from the SU Public History Program set out for Western Maryland. Our destination.

Stevenson PHIST majors undertook to research and write an initial history of the former Rosewood Psychiatric Center in the Spring Semester 2018. That history was based on primary sources located at the Maryland State Archives.

Hampton Mansion in Towson, Maryland"There are very few houses in America on such a scale of significance as Hampton. Its great size is matched by the monumental qualities of its porticoes and domed cupola, and by its elaborat.

Brad Kolodner (L) and Greg C Adams (R) warm up while Ken Kolodner (rear) gets ready to join in on the hammer dulcimer. (Photo by GT Johnston)In a workshop sponsored by the Stevenson University Public History Program, particip.


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