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Diversifying a City’s History: An Interview with Julie Bartolotto, Executive Director of the Historical Society of Long Beach, California

Diversifying a City’s History: An Interview with Julie Bartolotto, Executive Director of the... INTERVIEWS Diversifying a City’s History An Interview with Julie Bartolotto, Executive Director of the Historical Society of Long Beach, California ALEXXANDRA SALAZAR, Independent Scholar Julie Bartolotto is the executive director of the Historical Society of Long Beach, California (hslb ). She fi rst became involved with hslb while she was a graduate student at California State University, Long Beach (csulb ), where she was working on an interdisciplinary project that in- corporated Women’s Studies and oral history, focusing on the historical development of the Women’s Studies program at csulb . Aft er earning a master’s degree in History and Women’s Studies, Bartolotto negotiated a full- time job at hslb in 1996. She has continued to expand programming, exhibitions, spaces, and other aspects of hslb since then. Ms. Bartolotto represented hslb during the development of the university- community collaboration with anthropologists Dr. Susan Needham of California State University, Dominguez Hills (csudh ), and Dr. Karen Quintiliani of csulb , to create the Cambodian Community History and Archive Project (Camchap ). Bartolotto, Quintiliani, and Needham met through personal and professional networks over the years, including shared mutual connections to csulb — all three earned degrees from the university— and a shared http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Collaborative Anthropologies University of Nebraska Press

Diversifying a City’s History: An Interview with Julie Bartolotto, Executive Director of the Historical Society of Long Beach, California

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Abstract

INTERVIEWS Diversifying a City’s History An Interview with Julie Bartolotto, Executive Director of the Historical Society of Long Beach, California ALEXXANDRA SALAZAR, Independent Scholar Julie Bartolotto is the executive director of the Historical Society of Long Beach, California (hslb ). She fi rst became involved with hslb while she was a graduate student at California State University, Long Beach (csulb ), where she was working on an interdisciplinary project that in- corporated Women’s Studies and oral history, focusing on the historical development of the Women’s Studies program at csulb . Aft er earning a master’s degree in History and Women’s Studies, Bartolotto negotiated a full- time job at hslb in 1996. She has continued to expand programming, exhibitions, spaces, and other aspects of hslb since then. Ms. Bartolotto represented hslb during the development of the university- community collaboration with anthropologists Dr. Susan Needham of California State University, Dominguez Hills (csudh ), and Dr. Karen Quintiliani of csulb , to create the Cambodian Community History and Archive Project (Camchap ). Bartolotto, Quintiliani, and Needham met through personal and professional networks over the years, including shared mutual connections to csulb — all three earned degrees from the university— and a shared

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Collaborative AnthropologiesUniversity of Nebraska Press

Published: Mar 4, 2017

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