Digesting History: A Conversation with the Museum of Food and Drink’s Curatorial Director Catherine Piccoli
by Chelsea Connolly
Food historian Catherine Piccoli describes how this Brooklyn museum encourages its visitors to literally "digest" history.
SOURCE: Society for US Intellectual History
by Andrew Klumpp
Klumpp reflects on USIH, what it means to be an intellectual historian and the USIH community
SOURCE: Perspectives on History
by Acadia Roher
How the Arkansas People’s History Project utilizes public history and engagement.
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