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1 11 VALENTINE STREET CAMBRIDGE, MA PHONE Current. Professor of the Practice of History and Director, Public History Program, Northeastern University. NATIONAL PARK SERVICE WORK EXPERIENCE Chief of Cultural Resources/Historian, Boston National Historical Park. Responsible for management of Division of Cultural Resources and implementation of varied projects. Supervise professional staff and manage Division budget plus project funds. Provide technical assistance on cultural resource management/historical issues to Freedom Trail sites, Museum of African American History, Freedom Trail Foundation, Massachusetts Humanities, and others. SPECIAL PROJECTS: Principal organizer of commemorative program on history of Middle Passage in Boston. Organized Freedom Rising The Emancipation Proclamation and African American Service in the Civil War, including historical pageant, Roots of Liberty The Haitian Revolution and the American Civil War (2013). Awarded for this project the 2013 National Park Service Appleman-Judd-Lewis Cultural Resources Management Award. Organized Park Break in conjunction with George Wright Society (2012) Organized park program, Abolitionism in Black and White: The Anti-Slavery Community of Boston and Cambridge (2009) Managed development, fabrication, and installation of Charlestown Navy Yard Visitor Center (project completed in 2008). Managed development, fabrication, and installation of Battle of Bunker Hill Museum (project completed in 2007). Organized park program, Patriots of Color at the Battle of Bunker Hill. (2003) Managed production of study, Patriots of Color African Americans and Native Americans at Battle Road and Bunker Hill (study completed in 2002) Managed fabrication and installation of permanent exhibit at Old South Meeting House, Voices of Protest, (project completed in 2000) Managed production of park handbook, Boston and the American Revolution (published in 1998) Organized park program, Changing Meanings of Freedom: The 225th Anniversary of the American Revolution. (2000) Organized the park program, Hope and Glory: The Centennial Celebration of the Monument to Robert Gould Shaw and the Fifty-fourth Massachusetts Regiment. (1997) Chief of Professional Services/Historian, Lowell National Historical Park. Responsible for management of Division of Professional Services and implementation of varied projects. Supervised professional staff and managed Division budget plus project funds. SPECIAL PROJECTS: 1

2 Managed the production of the audio-visual programs for one of the principal museums of the National Park system, the Boott Cotton Mills Museum (museum opened in 1991) Managed production of the park handbook, Lowell The Story of an Industrial City (published in 1992) Organized park program, The Meaning of Slavery in the North (1993) NATIONAL PARK SERVICE REGIONAL AND NATIONAL ACTIVITY Principal organizer, with Louis Hutchins, of traveling exhibit with Gulag Museum of Perm, Russia, Gulag: Soviet Forced Labor Camps and the Struggle for Freedom. Exhibit opened at Ellis Island, 2006, and traveled to Boston National Historical Park, Martin Luther King, Jr, National Historic Site, Manzanar National Historic Site, and Eleanor Roosevelt National Historic Site. Served as reviewer for draft Historic Resource Study on the Statue of Liberty, Served on committee to organize national gathering of National Park Service historians at 2005 annual meeting of Organization of American Historians. Organized national gathering of National Park Service historians at 2004 annual meeting of Organization of American Historians Participated in Organization of American Historian site visit to Independence National Historical Park, 2004 Participated in National Park Service task force to revise Liberty Bell Center exhibit, Independence National Historical Park, Organized first National Park Service workshop on civic engagement, New York, Represented the National Park Service Northeast Region at the biannual working meeting of the International Coalition of Historic Site Museums of Conscience, Bellagio, Italy, Member of National Park System Advisory Board Humanities Review Committee, which produced Humanities and the National Parks: Adapting to Change, Member of Women s History Education Initiative Taskforce, National Park Service, Member of National Park Service special taskforce which produced, Revision of the National Park Service s Thematic Framework, Principal organizer of National Park Service National Historic Landmark Labor History Theme Study EDUCATION Boston University, American and New England Studies Program. Ph.D. in American Studies Goddard-Cambridge Graduate School. M.A. in Political Science. Tufts University. B.A. in Political Science. BOOK Free Love and Anarchism: The Biography of Ezra Heywood (Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1989). 2

3 EDITED BOOKS Editor (with Thomas Brown and Donald Yacovone): Hope and Glory: Essays on the Legacy of the Fifty-fourth Massachusetts Regiment. (University of Massachusetts Press, 2001). Collection of essays. Editor (with David Roediger): The Meaning of Slavery in the North (New York: Garland Publishing, 1998). Collection of essays. Editor (with Martha Norkunas): Work, Recreation, and Culture: Essays in American Labor History (New York: Garland Publishing, 1996). Editor and Introduction: The Collected Works of Ezra Heywood (Weston, MA: M & S Press, 1985). EDITED SPECIAL JOURNAL ISSUES Editor and Introduction: Roundtable: Ken Burns s The National Parks: America s Best Idea, The Public Historian, Vol. 33, Number 2, May Editor and Introduction: Special issue on Boston s public history, The Public Historian, Vol. 25, No. 2, Spring 2003 Editor and Introduction: Special issue on the National Park Service and civic engagement, The George Wright Forum, Vol. 19, No. 4, Editor and Introduction: Special Issue on labor history, Organization of American Historians Magazine of History, Volume 11, Number 2, Winter PUBLISHED ARTICLES AND BOOK CHAPTERS The George Wright Forum, From Civil War to Civil Rights, Vol. 31, No. 1, The Public Historian, Holocaust Remembrance and Germany, Fall 2012, Vol. 34, No. 4. The Public Historian, Holocaust Remembrance and Heidelberg, Vol. 24, No.4, Fall Glory: Hollywood History, Popular Culture, and the 54th Massachusetts in Hope and Glory Entry on Ezra Heywood in American National Biography (New York: Oxford University Press, 1998). Legacy The Journal of the National Association for Interpretation, Hope and Glory: The Centennial Celebration of the Monument to Robert Gould Shaw and the Fifty-fourth Massachusetts Regiment, Fall Cultural Resource Management, The Meaning of Slavery in the North: Interpreting Historical Ties Between the Industrial North and the Slave South, Volume 19, Number 2, Entry on Public History in Peter Stearns, editor, The Encyclopedia of Social History (New York: Garland Publishing, 1993) Cultural Resource Management, Learning about Labor History: The Botto House National Historic Landmark, Volume 16, Number 5, Cultural Resource Management, America s Labor History: The Lowell Story, Volume 15, Number 5, REVIEWS 3

4 Journal of American History, Review of exhibit and educational play, The Price of Freedom: Anthony Burns and the Fugitive Slave Act, Vol. 91, No. 1, June Reprinted in History News (publication of American Association of State and Local History), Summer Journal of American History, Review of website, The Dramas of Haymarket, Vol. 88, No. 3, December The Public Historian, Review of Edward Linenthal, Preserving Memory: The Struggle to Create America s Holocaust Museum, Volume 18, Number 2, Spring Essex Institute Historical Collections, Review of David Goldberg, A Tale of Three Cities: Labor Organization and Protest in Paterson, Passaic, and Lawrence, , Volume 127, Number 3, July The Public Historian, Review of exhibit, Diamonds are Forever: Artists and Writers on Baseball, Volume 13, Number 1, Winter SELECTED PAPERS PRESENTED AND SYMPOSIA Brandeis University, Rethinking the Age of Revolution, John Sawyer Seminar on the Comparative Study of Culture, presenter, May, Organization of American Historians, annual conference. The National Park Service (NPS) and Reconstruction, panel of NPS historians, National Council on Public History, annual conference. Presidential Address: Holocaust Memory and Germany, American Association for State and Local History, annual conference. Session chair: Secession and the Confederacy: Issues for Local History Sites, American Historical Association, annual conference. Paper: The National Park Service and the Gulag Traveling Exhibit, January Organization of American Historians, annual conference. Chair and commentator, session: Interpreting Historical Sites as a Way of Promoting Civic Dialogue about Social Justice, April National Council on Public History, annual conference. Paper: The National Park Service and Civic Engagement, and Session Chair, The National Park Service and 9/11, April Organization of American Historians, annual conference. Session Chair, Social Conscience and History in the National Park Service, and Shared Authority and Major Donors: Stakeholders in History Museums, April Organization of American Historians, annual conference. Chair and commentator, session: Hidden Histories: Revisionist Perspectives on Nineteenth-Century Feminism, March National Council on Public History, annual conference. Paper: Hope and Glory: The Centennial Celebration of the Monument to Robert Gould Shaw and the Fifty-fourth Massachusetts Regiment, April Old South Meeting House, chair of program, Antebellum Boston: Abolitionism and Cooperation Between the Two Races, , April, Cleveland State University: The People s Voice Public History in Cleveland, conference. Keynote address: Lessons from Lowell, April

5 National Council on Public History, annual conference. Chair and commentator, session: Parks, Scholarship, and the Public: Connecting Research to Education and Resource Management, April, National Association for Interpretation, annual conference. Paper: The Meaning of Slavery in the North: Interpreting the Historical Ties Between the Industrial North and the Slave South, November, Organization of American Historians, annual conference. Paper: Presenting Industrial History and Industrial Heritage in an Era of Deindustrialization, April, Society for the History of Technology, annual conference. Paper: Lowell National Historical Park and Industrial History: The Boott Cotton Mills Museum, October Pennsylvania Humanities Council: Reconceptualizing Industrial History, workshop. Keynote lecture: Lowell National Historical Park: An Inclusionary View of Industrial History, September, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill: Lessons of Work New Approaches to the Study of Occupational Culture, conference. Paper: Labor Landmarks, September, Smithsonian Institution: Railroad Heritage Preservation Toward A National Policy, workshop. Papers: Industrial Historic Preservation and Interpretation: The Experience at Lowell and the National Park Service Labor History Theme Study and Problems in Industrial Historic Preservation, May, Museum of Afro American History, seminar. Chair of program, Making A Living: The History of Black Occupational Life in Antebellum New England, February, American Studies Association, annual conference. Paper: Heritage Corridors, Industrial and Labor History, and the National Park Service, November, National Council on Public History, annual conference. Paper: The National Park Service and Labor History: The National Historic Landmark Theme Study on American Labor History, April, New England Museum Association, annual conference. Chair and commentator, session: Social History and Historical Markers, October, National Council on Public History, annual conference. Paper: The Massachusetts History Workshop, May, Organization of American Historians, annual conference. Paper: The Massachusetts History Workshop, April, AFFILIATIONS Central Square Theater, Board President, Current. American Antiquarian Society, Member. Current. The Lincoln Prize at Gettysburg College, Member of Advisory Council. Current. President. National Council on Public History, Program Committee Co-chair, 2006 joint annual meeting of Organization of American Historians and National Council on Public History Executive Board, Organization of American Historians Local Resources Committee, 2004 annual meeting of Organization of American Historians. Editorial Board, The Public Historian

6 Program Committee, 2000 joint annual meeting of Organization of American Historians and National Council on Public History Board of Directors, National Council on Public History Nominating Board, Organization of American Historians (Chair, 1999) Steering Committee, Women in the Massachusetts State House project Local Arrangements Committee, National Council on Public History 1999 annual meeting. Nominating Committee, National Council on Public History (Chair, 1995). Board of Directors, Massachusetts Foundation for Humanities (Executive Committee member, ). MEMBERSHIPS American Historical Association National Council on Public History Organization of American Historians 6

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