Week 16

Digital History & Public History

Coming back to where we began the semester, this week we take a new look at the intersections and distinctions between digital history and public history. We will read an article by Andrew Hurley and several responses written to this piece.

Hurley, Andrew. “Chasing the Frontiers of Digital Technology: Public History Meets the Digital Divide.” The Public Historian, Vol. 38, No. 1, February 2016 (69-88) (on AsULearn). 

Kelland, Lara. “Digital Community Engagement Across the Divides.” History@Work, April 20, 2016

Deborah Boyer. “Finding the Intersection of Technology and Public History.” History@Work, April 13, 2016

Leon, Sharon. “Access For All.” History@Work, March 2, 2016  

Young, Kerri. “Audience Analysis and the Role of the Digital in Community Engagement.” History@Work, March 22, 2016

Hochfelder, David. “Meeting our audiences where they are in the digital age.” History@Work, March 30, 2016

Robertson, Stephen. “The Differences Between Digital Humanities and Digital History.” Debates in the Digital Humanities, 2016.