Conferences

 

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Since my days at McGraw-Hill, I have always loved putting together powerpoints, presenting and engaging with audiences.

Public History and African American Automobility: Researching the Negro Motorist’s Green Books,” National Council on Public History (Spring 2018)

An Exploration of Tennessee’s Historic Hotels as Cultural Heritage Tourism Assets,” Tennessee Preservation Trust (Fall 2017)

The Hierarchical and Conflicted Nature of Historic Hotels in the 1910s and 1920s,” Southeast Chapter of the Society of Architectural Historians (Fall 2016)

“Challenging the Established Narrative through an Examination of Transient Housing in the South: Log Cabins, Hotels & Residence Halls,” National Council on Public History (Spring 2016)

“Transient Housing in the South: Boardinghouses, Hotels & Residence Halls,” Ohio Valley History Conference (Fall 2015)

“Unbounded Partnerships: Community-Based Preservation,” National Council on Public History (Spring 2015)

“Separated by a Fence: Rose Hills & Rosemount Cemeteries in Columbia, TN,” Ohio Valley History Conference (Fall 2014)

“Luxury Historic Hotels: A Mediated History,” Ohio Valley History Conference (Fall 2014)

“Sustaining Historic Preservation through Community Engagement,” National Council on Public History (Spring 2014)

“Sharing Power: The Benefits of Reshaping the Narrative for Historic Hotels,” University of Alabama Birmingham Graduate History Conference (Spring 2014)

“The Stories Hotels Tell About Themselves,” Ohio Valley History Conference (Fall 2013)

 

 

 

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