If you are attending the EARS conference this Friday, the pre-circulated readings for this panel are hyperlinked below:
Panel 3: Public History and Teaching “Hamilton: An American Musical”: Interdisciplinary Considerations*
Chair: Nora Slonimsky, History, Graduate Center, CUNY.
- Dr. Harry Franqui-Rivera, Center for Puerto Rican Studies, Hunter College, CUNY.
- Phoebe Rumsey, Theater, Graduate Center, CUNY.
- John Winters, History, Graduate Center, CUNY and Public History Collective.
- Dr. David Waldstreicher, History, Graduate Center, CUNY.
- Dr. Elizabeth Wollman, Theater, Baruch College, CUNY.
Who tells your story National Council on Public History
‘Hamilton’ and History Are They in Sync – The New York Times
A Hamilton critic on why the musical isnt so revolutionary (002)
Broadway’s ‘Hamilton’ Makes Its Way Into NYC’s High School Curriculum NPR Ed NPR
Guest Post Bastard out of Nevis Lin-Manuel Miranda’s “Hamilton” « The Junto
Hamilton The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History
Hamilton and Slavery – Archiving Early America
Hamilton at the White House why this moment means so much Syreeta McFadden Opinion The Guardi
Hamilton is fanfic, and its historical critics are totally missing the point – Vox
Historians and Hamilton Founders Chic and the Cult of Personality « The Junto
Let’s Not Pretend That ‘Hamilton’ Is History – Nexus – Zócalo Public Square
Who Lives, Who Dies, Who Tells Our Story Hamiltunes and the Burden of Founding Histories The Scho
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