National Council on Public History Launches "The Inclusive Historian's Handbook"Historians in the News
tags: teaching, public history, inclusivity, guidebooks
From the NCPH webiste:
"Together with the American Association for State and Local History, NCPH is excited to announce the debut of The Inclusive Historian’s Handbook, a co-sponsored living digital resource designed to center inclusivity, diversity, equity, and public service in public history work. The Handbook is co-edited by Modupe Labode (Smithsonian National Museum of American History), William S. Walker (Cooperstown Graduate Program, SUNY Oneonta), and Robert Weible (Independent scholar and past president of NCPH), capably aided by an advisory committee of thirteen remarkable public historians.
Check out the first twenty entries of The Inclusive Historian’s Handbook now, with more rolling out over 2019 and 2020: http://inclusivehistorians.com."
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