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  1. Making a History of Columbia Point A Participatory Exhibition
    Graduate students in UMass Boston’s spring 2015 public history seminar will interpret parts of the Columbia Point history through time, objects, photos, and physical sites.
  2. UMass Boston Community, Neighbors Invited to Share Their UMass Boston Stories
    Alumni, former professors, current students, faculty, staff, and UMass Boston neighbors are invited to bring their candid photos and share the stories behind the photos at the UMass Boston Mass. Memories Road Show on May 2 and 3.
  3. UMass Boston’s Public History Track Presents: “Making the Atlas of Boston History”
    The forthcoming Atlas of Boston History will be the only such atlas authored primarily by historians. Editor Nancy S. Seasholes will talk about how it was produced during this free talk.
  4. UMass Boston Mass. Memories Road Show (Last Chance)
    Share your memories and take your place in UMass Boston’s history at this free, public event commemorating the university’s 50th anniversary.
  5. West End Mass. Memories Road Show
    Do you have a connection to Boston's West End? Share your memories and take your place in Massachusetts history at this free, public event.
  6. Allston-Brighton Mass. Memories Road Show
    Do you have a connection to Allston-Brighton? Share your memories and take your place in Massachusetts history at this free, public event.
  7. Wayland Mass. Memories Road Show
    Do you have a connection to Wayland? Share your memories and take your place in Massachusetts history at this free, public event.
  8. UMass Boston Mass. Memories Road Show
    Share your memories and take your place in UMass Boston’s history at this free, public event commemorating the university’s 50th anniversary.
  9. Irish Immigrant Experience Mass. Memories Road Show
    Take your place in Massachusetts history!
  10. Provincetown Mass. Memories Road Show
    Take your place in Massachusetts history!
  11. “Critical Conversations: The State of History in the National Park Service”
    NPS staff tasked with engaging the public with the past at the nation's parks will reflect on a 2012 report and its implications, and brainstorm ways to meet identified challenges.
  12. New Master’s Track Brings History to the People
    A new public history track in the master’s in history program focuses on presenting history to all, not just to other historians.