seth c. bruggeman is an associate professor of history at Temple University, where he directs the Center for Public History. His research concerns the role of memory in public life and particularly how Americans have used objects--in museums, historic, sites, and other commemorative spaces--to exert control over how we understand the past. His books include an edited volume, Born in the USA: Birth and Commemoration in American Public Memory (University of Massachusetts Press, 2012), and Here, George Washington Was Born: Memory, Material Culture, and the Public History of a National Monument (University of Georgia Press, 2008). kim gallon is assistant professor of history at Purdue University. She also is the founder and director of the Black Press Research Collective (http:// blackpressresearchcollective.org) and an ongoing visiting scholar at the Center for Africana Studies at Johns Hopkins University. Her research focuses on discourses and representations of gender and sexuality in the early twentieth-century black press. She is completing a manuscript titled, "We Are Becoming a Tabloid Race: The Politics of Gender and Sexuality in the Black Press, 19251945." r. scott hanson received his PhD from the University of Chicago and has worked as a postdoctoral research associate at Brown University.
Pennsylvania History: A Journal of Mid-Atlantic Studies – Penn State University Press
Published: Jan 27, 2015
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