The Center for Public History is part of the National Park Service Cooperative Ecosystem Studies Units (CESU). As such, we partner with NPS to manage a number of public history-related projects. More recently, we’ve contracted to
- complete oral histories for Ocmulgee National Monument (Macon, Georgia)
- complete, in partnership with historian Evan Kuntzler (Georgia Southwestern), a Special History Study of African American history at Andersonville National Historic Site (Andersonville, Georgia)
- complete an administrative history of Chattahoochee National Recreation Area (Atlanta, Georgia)
I am co-PI on these projects and work closely with Center for Public History directors Ann McCleary (co-director) and Keri Adams (assistant director). UWG Public History graduate students receive graduate research assistantships to support our work and their contribution is critical.