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Imagining the Digital Future of The Public Historian

1.cover-sourceThe digital revolution has transformed research, exhibition, writing, review, participatory public engagement, and every other aspect of history practice. To consider the influence of these changes on The Public Historian, the journal has solicited the perspectives of six scholars with expertise on digital history to reflect on what the internet age affords TPH as a scholarly journal for the field of public history.

Citation: Sharon M. Leon, et al., “Imaging the Digital Future of The Public Historian,” The Public Historian 35:1 (February 2013) 8-27.

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