The Public Historian has produced a special "virtual issue" in response to recent current US events regarding monuments, memory, history, and heritage. The issue, Monuments, Memory, Politics, and Our Publics, brings together a dozen articles published in the journal over the past 20 years on these topics and makes them freely available to all through November 2017.
Historic Wood Window Restoration, Identification, and Maintenance
Have you always wanted to know more about the buildings in your community, or about how historic preservation can strengthen communities, enhance the quality of life, and promote heritage tourism and economic development? This fall, the Mid-Atlantic Regional Center for the Humanities (MARCH) is offering two continuing education courses as part of its new certificate program in historic preservation. Take a single class or workshop or work toward a certificate! Anyone with an interest in historic preservation is welcome.