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Department of History


Professor Emeritus, Connie Schultz, discusses her work in progress, "Scholarly Documentary Editing as Digital History: The Pickney Revolutionary Era Statesman Project"

Wednesday, March 2, 2016 - 4:00pm

Connie Schultz, Professor Emeritus of History, works as a public historian and has several works to her name, including, The History of South Carolina Slide Collection, The American History Videodisc, A South Carolina Album, 1936-1948: Photographs from the Farm Security Administration, Office of War Information, and Standard Oil of New Jersey Documentary Projects; Bust to Boom: Kansas Photographs from the Farm Security Administration, Office of War Information, and Standard Oil of New Jersey Documentary Projects, 1936-1949 , Witness to the Fifties: Roy Stryker and the Pittsburgh Photographic Library, 1950-1953, Michigan Remembered, 1936-1943: Photographs from the Farm Security Administration and the Office of War Information, Becoming a Public Historian, in James B. Gardner and Peter S. LaPaglia, Public History: Essays from the Field; and most recently Clio’s Southern Sisters: Interviews with Leaders of the Southern Association for Women Historians, co-edited with Elizabeth Hayes Turner.
 
She will present her work in progress, "Scholarly Documentary Editing as Digital History: The Pickney Revolutionary Era Statesman Project"
 
 
Gambrell 217