The right to the city is associated with possession of urban history. Is a public and inclusive historian practice possible to achieve this?
The narratives of older adults in the Covid-19 pandemic draws attention to the need for amplification of voices in urban space.
For the past two years, a ship in Hamburg has been seen as a symbol of Hamburg’s cosmopolitanism and as a sign of colonial oppression.
The production of historical narratives is not the prerogative of historians – this is a principle of public history that we want.
This article deals with issues related to feminism and the LGBTQIA+ community, which were elaborated on the National High School Exam (Enem).
This article tells the story of a photographic exhibition collectively produced between a university and a school in the interior of Brazil.
Do dialogical practices of knowledge sharing and production characterize Public History in Brazil? This issue discusses the question.