Posts Tagged ‘public history and new media’

Posted in Letters, Teaching on May 3, 2010

Metro Archives Partnership Letter

Letter from Ken Fieth by Angela J. Smith Continue Reading

Posted in Letters, Teaching on May 3, 2010

Public Library Partnership Letter

Partnership Letter by Angela J. Smith Continue Reading

Posted in Letters, Teaching on May 2, 2010

Mentor Evaluation Letter

Mentor Residency Letter by Angela J. Smith Continue Reading

Posted in Student documentaries, Teaching on May 2, 2010

Buena Vista School: Shades of Gray

Untold Stories of the Civil Rights Movement in Nashville: Shades of Gray A student documentary from HIS 3015 in Fall 2009 In September of 1957, three years after the U.S. Supreme Court struck down the long-standing “separate but equal” law that segregated schools. Buena Vista E ... Continue Reading

Posted in Documentaries on May 2, 2010

History of Murfreesboro Electric Department

This documentary was produced for the Center for Historic Preservation about the history of Murfreesboro Electric Department for their 70th anniversary in 2009. It was also a project for my Historic Preservation class in Spring 2009. Megan Ackerstrom conducted some of the interviews and ... Continue Reading

Posted in Websites on May 2, 2010

Graceland: Site of Conscience Website

MTSU public history department brings a visiting scholar to campus every summer to teach a three hour course to graduate students. In the Summer of 2009, we were honored to have Dr. Spencer Crew  visit and teach a course on “Sites of Conscience.” Dr. Crew has a distinguished r ... Continue Reading

Posted in Projects/Grants on May 1, 2010

Class Project: The Beatles on the Ed Sullivan Show ...

Stop Motion Lego: The Beatles first Ed Sullivan Appearance This is the final cut of a stop-motion music video we created from Legos during spring semester of 2009 for Visual Aesthetics II class at Middle Tennessee State University. It is a reenactment of the first appearance of the Beatle ... Continue Reading

Posted in Student documentaries, Teaching on May 1, 2010

Music City: The War Years

Untold Stories of Nashville During World War II: Music City, The War Years A student documentary from HIS 3015 in Spring 2010 Some sources mark 1954 as the beginning of the recording industry in Nashville, but the seeds were planted in the World War II era. This untold story of the enterta ... Continue Reading

Posted in Websites on May 1, 2010

Material Culture Resource Project Website

MCRP home page The Material Conservation Resource Project is the end product of a seminar in Public Programming for Historical Organizations and Archives taught by Dr. Bren Martin in the Spring of 2009 at Middle Tennessee State University. I designed and created the framework for the web ... Continue Reading

Posted in Letters, Teaching on May 1, 2010

Recommendation Letter

Thom Storey Recommendation L by Angela J. Smith Continue Reading

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