Public History Projects & Internships

As part of their methodological training, Public History students participate in community-based projects that serve a dual purpose. The projects help an organization fulfill its mission while also giving students an opportunity to hone much needed work skills.

One local museum expanded an exhibit in conjunction with students in Dr. Brian Hackett's Exhibits in Museums and Historic Sites course. To read an article about the project, click here.

Other Public History Projects

With Every Consequence of War: The Civil War in Northern Kentucky

Beverly Hills Supper Club (Museum Exhibit)

The Voices of Covington: Cultural Heritage Downloadable Tour

Historic White Water Community & Park: An Ohio Shaker Village
(Museum Project)

Where Dreams Came True: The Cincinnati Fresh Air Farm, 1898-1962
(Film Project)

NKU -- Now & Then (40th Anniversary Calendar)

Other Internship Partners

Boone County Public Library

Boone County Preservation Office

Cincinnati Art Museum

Cincinnati Historical Society

Dinsmore Homestead

Duveneck Center

Historic Southwest Ohio

City of Newport Preservation Office

William Howard Taft National Historic Site

Our Internship Partners

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