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What Makes Historic Hotels Historic? For One, "History Shrines" of Memorabilia

By Ginna Foster Cannon, CHP Graduate Research Assistant

For my professional residency, I am putting together a “white paper” on National Register-listed hotels and inns across the state for the Tennessee Department of Tourist Development. 392 more words

Two Things

Thing One: For what its worth (i.e. my tiny little outlet versus their huge one, but I made a promise to rally for contributors a long time ago…), I know that Public History Commons are looking for contributors to their History@Work series. 313 more words

Phd Life

Working in the field

I have spent most of my time nowadays wondering around the field. I never thought that going out there would make me as happy as I am now. 536 more words

Angoche

An artwork a day - Day Nine

Don’t be scared! I didn’t cross to the dark side, not even for cookies. It’s the product of a Selfie that I uploaded on Facebook, and a friend of mine commenting “A cloak is missing. 28 more words

Art

Our First Health Camp!

We had the fortune on Monday to attend an urban heath camp in action to better understand where technology can improve health workers’ workflow in delivering healthcare to poor communities in urban and rural Kolkata. 1,024 more words

Blogs

Osmar helps map the reef with the robot crew at Lizard Island

Osmar‘s just returned from a very windy, but successful, trip to Lizard Island on the far north Great Barrier Reef. He was there to help create extremely high-resolution 3D maps of the reef that was largely destroyed by category 4 Cyclone Nathan a few months ago. 69 more words

Field Work

Putting the FUN in FUN matches!

This weekend marked fun match number four for the boys and I. By far, it should have been the toughest site — in a barn with dirt and horse manure. 400 more words

Dog Training