Posts Tagged ‘public history’

Posted in Documentaries on January 13, 2014

Prostitution and Fargo’s Most Famous Madam

Prostitution and Fargo’s Most Notable Madam from Angela Smith on Vimeo. Continue Reading

Posted in Projects/Grants on May 3, 2013

CRM Project: Land Ownership along Van Cleve Lane

Land ownership along Van Cleve Lane—A cultural landscape project by Angela J. Smith Continue Reading

Posted in Documentaries on April 17, 2013

Refuse to Fold: Heritage Tourism in the Mississipp ...

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Posted in Papers on April 17, 2013

Mind the Gap: A Self-Reflective Essay

Public History: Final Reflective Essay by Angela J. Smith Continue Reading

Posted in Papers on April 17, 2013

Media and Mediating the Message

Media and Mediating the Message by Angela J. Smith Continue Reading

Posted in Exhibits, Projects/Grants on May 3, 2012

Exhibit: ‘Beyond the Plantation’ Exhibit at Oa ...

"Beyond the Plantation" Exhibit at Oaklands in May 2008 In May 2008, Dr. Bren Martin’s museum class created an exhibit about the African American story at Oaklands Plantation in Murfreesboro, Tennessee. John George, the project director, and I worked together to design and ... Continue Reading

Posted in Papers on April 17, 2012

Origin and Development of Public History: A Critic ...

Origin and Development of Public History by Angela J. Smith Continue Reading

Posted in Papers on April 17, 2012

Cold War Fallout: John Beecher and the California ...

John Beecher and the Loyalty Oath by Angela J. Smith Continue Reading

Posted in Papers on April 17, 2011

The Early Years of Highlander Folk School and Its ...

Master’s Thesis The early years of Highlander Folk School and its adversaries: 1932-1942 by Angela J. Smith Continue Reading

Posted in Papers on April 17, 2011

Power as Currency: A Shift in Tennessee During the ...

This paper was written as part of a directed readings course with Dr. Pippa Holloway. Power as Currency: A shift in Tennessee during the early New Deal by Angela J. Smith Continue Reading

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