From history and politics to art and culture.
"Public Memory and the Ownership of History" is a public lecture given by independent historian, James Masnov, at Western Oregon University on May 17th, 2018.
A lecture in three parts, Masnov first discusses the major differences between academic history and popular history. The second part is a discussion regarding the historical literacy (or lack thereof) of college graduates. The third and final part of the lecture explores recent controversies regarding historical monuments.
This lecture was included, at the invitation of the Western Oregon University History and Social Science departments, as part of the university's Social Science Symposium. Special thanks to Dr. Braa, Dr. Jensen, Dr. Henkels, Dr. Doellinger, and Dr. Rector for their invitation and support.
Categories | History
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