This article recounts the experience of two curators whose exhibit on Kansas City’s LGBTQ history was removed by the governor.
What would it mean to think about the problem of incarceration, not from the view of specialists but from the view of artists?
Japanese Americans invoked their own experiences of incarceration at Fort Sill to highlight the history of racism, colonialism, and trauma.
What harbingers of the future of public history in the US resided in the mid-1990s fight over the meaning of the Enola Gay?
How can public history be educational, impactful, and transformative in the United States’ new era of culture wars?