White fragility inhibits the responsible practice of public history in Mississippi blues tourism.
Tag Archive for ‘Racism (Rassismus)’
Unveiling the Past: Enslaved Lives Matter
What are the historical links that one of the oldest and most prestigious universities in Colombia has had with the institution of slavery?
Historical Empathy: Ethical and Culturally Responsive Teaching
This article explores how we deal with controversial topics, traumatic pasts, and uncomfortable truths about world history.
Visualizing Abolition: Creating a History of Hope
What would it mean to think about the problem of incarceration, not from the view of specialists but from the view of artists?
The New Old Culture Wars
How can public history be educational, impactful, and transformative in the United States’ new era of culture wars?
“Decolonizing Public History?”
Monthly Editorial November 2021 Abstract: The editorial explains the attraction that colonies had for the European bourgeois world – through scientific interest, “scientific,” from today’s perspective pseudo-scientific racism, as well… Read More ›
On the Decolonization of Public Memory
In light of controversially led debates: Which contribution can and should Public History make to a decolonialization of history?
Past & Presentism: Podcasting as Historical Work
Abstract: We argue that historians have a duty to push back against the systemic issues that shape our own field and profession and to respond to current crises and problems…. Read More ›