Public History engages students for historical work in the public sector by grounding them in public history methodology and theory, while also giving them practical experience conducting client-based research.
The projects presented here, are a result of public history students working with community partners to focus on a local sites of historical significance to create informational websites for the general public.
Jesse Lira, Ayanna Berg, Spenser Davidson, Sofia Esteva, Abigail Simone, Cortland Hall, Peter Leonhardt, Madeleine Larson, Xochitl Lopez, Jennifer Moreno David, Katya Palacios, Christina Pathoumthong, Julia Reinhard, Aisleen Renteria, Simon Stewart, Jacquelyn Torres, Cece Trifoso, Kieran Vrklan, and Kaitlyn Won
The content found in this project is designed to show students and the general public some of the rich history found in the San Francisco Bay Area. We aim to make our shared history come alive, connecting it to more well-known historical narratives.
Maria Guadalupe Alvarez Pineda, Monica Barry, Rubi Calderon-Rodriguez, Terise Camasura, Amanda Cheng, Angela Garcia, Rebecca Herrera, Julia McMahon, Kelsey Pontius, Adriana Sigala, Brenda Vasquez, and Sonya Woo
A website about selected topics from Dominican University of California
Danielle Arena, Phillip Barr, Robert Boyle, Kara Dung, Alexandre Jeffroy-Meynard, Matthew Kodweis, Allison Kustic, Jake Molz, Ashley Moreda, Alejandra Najera, Lorena Paredes, Olivia Patania, Joseph Petersen, Max Rosenberg, Andriana Stenros, and Eduardo Tapia
Research, exploration and preservation of the Immigration Station on Angel Island is this project's ultimate goal. The site is composed of interviews, biographies, and historical research on the Immigration Station with the hope to preserve its significance long into the future.
Charlotte Foster, Autymn Garvisch, Talia Gonzalez, Jennessica Holliday, Maximilian Kaehler, Katherine Koyfman, Owen Martinelli, Sierra Najolia, Alexander Pollok, Destiny Reyes, Joshua Rosenberg, Alexandra Schumacher, Cynthia Smith, Christopher Suen, and Dominic Supple
The Marin Headlands is a hilly region located just north of San Francisco; it is a beautiful peninsula filled with biodiversity and rich history. This project explores some of the more prominent historical events and brings to light some of the lesser known stories through historical research, images, and audio stories.
Alyssa Cantrell, Simon Chan, Jerome Christian Cuenco, Kayla Marie Gigante, Emily Garnica, Piatte Hadi, Rebekah Harrington, Mia Lopez, Christine Angela Manalang, Alexander Nold, Derian Ramos Lopez, Jacqueline Salas, and Emily Yuen
This project presents the Marin County Civic Center & Fairgrounds audio interviews, and eMagazine, and video and writing on the the Marin County Civic Center, Fairgrounds, Annual Fair, and County Jail.