Teaching History Communication: Early Results
History Communication courses have been taught at several universities. Early results are positive.
Second History Communication Course Planned!
Wayne State University has unveiled the second-ever History Communication course. The course is being led by historian Jennifer Hart.
History Communication Fellowships at Villanova!
The Lepage Center for History in the Public Interest at Villanova University has created the first-ever History Communication Fellowships.
Workshop in Austin at #AASLH2017
A #histcomm workshop at the American Association for State and Local History conference on bringing history communication into public history practice.
National Association of Media Literacy Education (NAMLE); Jun 2017
Charisse L’Pree Corsbie-Massay, Eric Olson & Jason Steinhauer discussed history communication and media literacy at the National Association of Media Literacy Education conference in Chicago
History Communication in Europe
The U.S. Department of State invited Jason Steinhauer to Lithuania to discuss history communication with government officials, policymakers, scholars and students.
Working Group at NCPH 2017
A working group met at the National Council on Public History conference to discuss next steps for the #histcomm movement.
First-ever History Communication Course launched!
The first-ever History Communication course has been launched at University of Massachusetts Amherst! The course is being taught by public historian Marla Miller.
Public relations and elections, there’s a history there!
Public relations has been pivotal to Presidential campaigns since the late 19th century. Surprisingly, it was William McKinley who paved the way.
NEW VIDEOS SPOTLIGHT ROLE OF MEDIA IN PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS
A new YouTube series by historians that reveals a complicated & intermingled past & provides context to the current moment.