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Public History Employer Survey

By Philip Scarpino and Daniel Vivian

Although job prospects for public historians have improved with the passing of the Great Recession, questions about the overall health of the field remain. 

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Summer School: Insights into Museum Docent Training

By Erik Greenberg

For some 15 years, now, I have been fortunate to work for the Autry National Center in Los Angeles, a museum dedicated to the history and culture of the American West. 

Brown in an abandoned fishery in the Chernobyl Zone.

Being There: Writing History for a Postmodern World

By Kate Brown

Several weeks ago, historian Kate Brown spoke for the Washington History Seminar, hosted by the National History Center and the Woodrow Wilson Center, on communities built around cities designed to produce plutonium.