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Communicating ethically and effectively about the past in a complex political and media landscapes requires a range of knowledge and skillsets among scholars, media producers, educators and students.

The HCI brings together:

  • Teachers
  • Students
  • Scholars
  • Media producers
  • Government agencies
  • Content creators

to share best practices and learn from each other.

Our goal is to convene workshops, courses, free resources and community gatherings where practitioners and researchers can learn from each other using our platform.

Want to contribute your expertise to our growing community? Contact us.

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Writing Tips from the Public Medievalist

The Public Medievalist features articles by medieval historians intended for a wide, non-specialist audience. Run…

Five tips to reach a broader audience

Carly Goodman is Ph.D. historian serving a two-year term as an ACLS Public Fellow working…

TV Tips for Historians

Michelle Emick Ronholm has spent more than 15 years in communications, creating and implementing outreach…

Second History Communication Course Planned!

Wayne State University has unveiled the second-ever History Communication course! The course is designed and…

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