Public History

 Public history is history which is practically applied. It is an understanding of history that is not taught solely in the classroom, but is learned in a variety of places, and in a variety of ways. The learning objectives of public history for example, are introduced by surveying online exhibits, political controversies, popular films, and public re-enactments.

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