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Public Historians at Work

Center for Public History @ University of Houston

Welcome to “Public Historians at Work,” a podcast series from the Center for Public History at the University of Houston. Our vision at CPH is to ignite an understanding of our diverse pasts by collaborating with and training historically minded students, practitioners, and the public through community-driven programming and scholarship. In this podcast series, we speak with academics, writers, artists, and community members about what it means to do history and humanities work for and with the public. Can public history work bring about meaningful change? And if so, how? For more resources on these topics, make sure to check us out at www.uh.edu/CLASS/cph or find us on facebook and twitter @UHCPHistory. Together, we can help reclaim our past. CPH Director: Dr. Monica Perales (mperales3@uh.edu)Podcast Producer: Dr. Kristina Neumann (kmneuma2@central.uh.edu) Program Manager: Dr. Wes Jackson (wtjacks2@central.uh.edu)
Episodes
Valuing Emotion around HIV/AIDS: Stephen ViderOctober 26, 2022 Episode artwork Archiving Cancer Care at MD Anderson: Javier GarzaOctober 04, 2022 Episode artwork Publishing Under-told Stories of Houston: Debbie Harwell September 21, 2022 Episode artwork Amplifying History in Healthcare: Ronit Stahl September 19, 2022 Episode artwork Making Big Data Talk for Public Health: Merlin ChowkwanyunAugust 12, 2022 Episode artwork Preserving Protest in Russia: Alexandra ArkhipovaJune 20, 2022 Episode artwork Engaging Social Justice Activism through Public History: Denise Meringolo February 09, 2022 Episode artwork Stories from the Third Ward: Feeding the Third WardFebruary 09, 2022 Episode artwork Replaying American History through Sports: Frank GuridyAugust 01, 2021 Episode artwork Listening for Latina/o Voices: Maggie Rivas-RodriguezJuly 19, 2021 Episode artwork Stories from the Third Ward: Third Ward's Eldorado BallroomJuly 12, 2021 Episode artwork Stories from the Third Ward: The Art and Legacy of Dr. John T. BiggersJuly 06, 2021 Episode artwork Stories from the Third Ward: Beautifying Third WardJune 28, 2021 Episode artwork Stories from the Third Ward: Female Physicians of Houston Negro Hospital (Riverside General)June 14, 2021 Episode artwork Stories from the Third Ward: Women of Houston’s Student Civil Rights MovementJune 10, 2021 Episode artwork Capturing Indigenous Community through Film: Carla UlrichJune 09, 2021 Episode artwork Stories from the Third Ward: Looking Out from Emancipation ParkJune 02, 2021 Episode artwork Cultivating Public Memory during Disease and Disaster: Richard MizelleApril 05, 2021 Episode artwork Documenting People through Food, Stories, and Art: Amy C. EvansMarch 31, 2021 Episode artwork Honoring Black Agency in an American Democracy: Martha S. JonesMarch 24, 2021 Episode artwork Tweeting through Race, Policing, and Social Change: Brian D. BehnkenMarch 23, 2021 Episode artwork