“Please join the Public History Collaborative Monthly Workshop on Wednesday 20 November, at 10am, in Chavez 406 (on the 4th floor), to seeKaren Zimmerman’s beautiful family photographs taken in Japan and the U.S. in the early to mid 20th century. She will do a show and tell and will invite us to help her think through preservation, donation and the creation of an art project grounded in these materials.
We will provide free parking for all non-U of A visitors.
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(I am a new faculty member in the Department of History and Director of the Public History Collaborative (PHC), a new initiative promoting a collaborative approach to history within and outside of the university. The PHC hosts monthly workshops that seek to model this collaborative ethic by having a presenter share an idea or project (for 15-20 minutes) and then be in conversation with attendees. Next week, Karen Zimmerman, art dept faculty, will share family photographs of Japan and U.S. from the early-mid 20th century.)