The Lakeland Community Heritage Project
A multi-year community-university collaboration to document, in the voices of community members, the history of Lakeland, a historical African American community established in 1890 in College Park, MD.
The American Indian Digital History Project
A cooperative founded to recover and preserve rare Indigenous newspapers, photographs, and archival materials from across Native North America.
Under the Rainbow: Oral Histories of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer People in Kansas
A series of interviews that documents the life stories and experiences of GLBTQ Kansans.
San Antonio Storyscapes
A partnership between the San Antonio Office of Historic Preservation and the Public History program at St. Mary’s University to produce student-created, place-based digital projects that address gaps in the historic record.
The Emmett Till Memory Project
A collaborative production of the Emmett Till Memorial Commission of Tallahatchie County, Mississippi, and scholars across the country, that has been named by the National Humanities Alliance as a top 5% public project in the country.