An Outward Museum: Building Community at the Levine Museum of the New South

Photo by James Willamor Museums serve in a unique yet vital manner as stewards…


Sharing Nashville’s Civil Rights Past with the Police

Supervisors to first-responders attend training offered by staff of the Civil…


Webinar: Civil Rights and A Civil Society: Strategies for Community Outreach and Engagement

Details: Date: November 14 Time: 3pm-4:15pm EST Cost: Free for AASLH Members/…


Grappling with Unfolding Events

This article was originally published in the Summer 2016 issue of History News…


Museums Working with Communities: The Book

I am pleased to announce that my colleague Beth Bollwerk and I have a new book…


 Placing Family History in Context: A Personal Example & Ideas for Museums

There’s no missing Americans’ passionate interest in genealogy today. Aging…


Right-ing American History: Thoughts on AASLH and Reinterpreting History

Ever since I was young, I recall only visiting museums when I went on school…


How Should Museums Contribute to Community Recovery After Disasters?

Greetings from the AASLH’s archives! Today I want to pose a few questions…


Community Members as Co-Creators at the Detroit Institute of Arts

It’s really exciting to have this opportunity to share how the Detroit…