Interpreting Slave Life

Slavery: Let's talk about it

Interpreting African American Foodways: Guest post

| August 29, 2012

Cross posting today from this entry at Afroculinaria. Thank you Michael Twitty for allowing me to cross post and thanks to Harold Caldwell for this amazing and wonderful piece.    One of the things I miss most about working at Brattonsville is the hearth cooking.  I enjoyed just having ingredients and a meal idea put […]

Reflections from City Point

| May 3, 2012

I am a timid person by nature–I like to play the background and do careful, thought provoking and amazing work while back there. However I realize with a business model, this doesn’t serve well, so I work these jitters and moments of slight fear and shyness out before I come face to face with a […]

Musings and updates

| April 17, 2012

Ahh, so this week is the joint meeting with NCPH and OAH that I was supposed to attend. Due to financial constraints, I was not able to make it and I’m completely bummed out about that. I was looking forward to the session on Sunday that is chaired by Robert Weyeneth of the University of […]

New Links Worth Checking Out!

| March 19, 2012

Hey everybody! I have added two new links to the blogroll on your right. One is for NCPH’s History@Work website which is “a digital publication project of the National Council on Public History. The blog was created in March 2012 to expand on our long-running listserv, H-Public, to serve as an online “commons” where people from […]

Panels and Plantations

| March 1, 2012

Continuing my week of adventures and presentations, I had the honor of being a panelist at St. Mary’s College of Maryland last night. The panel discussion was about diversity in museums, and how we can diversify our visitors, not only racially, but socioeconomically, as well as in age range. Most visitors to museums are older, […]

AAG Recap

| February 28, 2012

Over the past two days, I have presented, attended and been a panelist in 3 sessions at the Association of American Geographer’s Annual Meeting in New York City. Always a fun place to be, I didn’t spend a lot of time exploring the city, although my accommodations at the Salisbury Hotel on W. 57th Street […]

Cross Post: Telling the (Hi)story of Jim Crow

| February 1, 2012

Last year at the National Council on Public History’s Annual Meeting, I met Priya Chhaya at the Speed Networking event. Priya is an Online Content Coordinator in the Preservation Division at the National Trust for Historic Preservation and can be found blogging at her site …and this is what comes next. Recently, she mentioned Interpreting […]

Sidebar post: Pay it Forward

| December 27, 2011

I have noticed that this blog is linked to a few other blogs…first of all, THANK YOU!! Second, please let me know who you are and where I can find you so I can pay it forward. I want to make sure that you are listed on the blogroll as well. Google Analytics is helping me find […]

Speed Networking

| April 14, 2011

I have never gone to a networking event. Most of my networking has come from sending out emails or talking at events. But at NCPH 2011, there was a speed networking event. I would sit at a table with another network participant and a public history professional and we would talk for about 10 minutes […]

NCPH 2011

| April 12, 2011

This past week, I had the joy of attending my first professional conference. I am a member of the National Council on Public History and finally got to go to an annual meeting, this one held in Pensacola, Florida. Not only was I attending, but I was presenting on the topic of…you guessed it…interpreting slave […]

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