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Baha’i Project Seeks Unity through Photographs of Community

[This blog post is written by Victoria Polk, a UCF graduate student and participant in the Spring 2015 Citizen Curator internship program at the Public History Center.] In addition to its involvement with the Aphasia House History Troves Project, the Public History Center (PHC) is partnering this spring/summer with members of The Spiritual Assembly of… Read more »

In Search of Lucile Campbell: A Field Report from PHC/Citizen Curator Intern Amanda Hill

[This is the second of two blog posts by Amanda Hill, a Ph.D. candidate in Texts & Technology and a participant in the Spring 2015 Citizen Curator internship program at the Public History Center.]   Late one Friday afternoon Betty Sample, the manager of collections at the Public History Center, asked me to research Lucile Campbell… Read more »

So, what’s going on at the Public History Center?

“So, what’s going on at the Public History Center?” It’s a question I love being asked. As Interim Director of the Center, I have the pleasure of sitting down with our incredible staff every week and hearing about all the interesting/cool/fun/exciting things happening in their respective departments. For example: Cyndi Tomerlin, our Coordinator of Education… Read more »