ABOUT THIS TALK
This panel will focus on the intersections of public history, memory, and the potentials for digital history projects to contribute to a more inclusive memorialization landscape. Panelists will consider deficiencies in the built memorialization landscape and how digital tools and technologies, together with community engagement, can expand our interpretation of monumental landscapes and communities, and function as partial correctives to the biases and absences inherent in memorialization across the country.
Registration for this event is requested, but not required. Please feel free to join us even if you have not formally registered for this event.