History as Catalyst for Civic Dialogue

Case Studies from Animating Democracy


Case Studies from Animating Democracy
History as Catalyst for Civic Dialogue examines three projects that mined hidden, forgotten, or suppressed histories of slavery and lynching in the United States in order to stimulate meaningful dialogue about persistent issues of race and marginalization. Projects include: The Slave Galleries Restoration Project (St. Augustine's Church and the Lower East Side Tenement Museum); Traces of the Trade (Rhode Island Council on the Humanities and filmmaker Katrina Browne); and The Without Sanctuary Project (The Andy Warhol Museum).

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Title History as Catalyst for Civic Dialogue
Subtitle Case Studies from Animating Democracy
Authors Barbara Schaffer Bacon, Pam Korza
Publisher Americans for the Arts
BISAC Subject Heading HIS000000 HISTORY
HIS031000 HISTORY / Revolutionary
HIS054000 HISTORY / Social History
Audience 01 General / trade
Title First Published 25 September 2005
Format Paperback
Nb of pages IX - 100 p.
ISBN-10 1-879903-34-2
ISBN-13 978-1-879903-34-0
GTIN13 (EAN13) 9781879903340
Main content page count 100
Front matter page count (Roman) 9
Illustrations
illustrations, black & white
Dimensions 8 x 10 x 0.5 in.
Weight 13.8 oz.
List Price $20.00
 
Original Language English
Original Publisher Americans for the Arts

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