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April 22nd Event: Vittorio Marchis “Autopsy of a Machine”

Internationally renowned for his performative public history, Vittorio Marchis is coming to Cleveland to perform an autopsy of a 1940s electrocardiograph machine (ECG), and to discuss technologies for viewing the body, including X-Ray and ECG. Combining performance art with a deep under­ standing of historical objects, Marchis will look inside the historical machines that have […]

The Re-Imagining Cleveland Project

Beginning this past Spring, the Center for Public History + Digital Humanities has been working on a collaborative project with Neighborhood Progress, Inc. entitled Re-Imagining A More Sustainable Cleveland. Aside from building a participatory website for project communication and documentation, the Center, through the hard work of undergraduate students in the CSU History Department, has […]

Summer 2010 TAH Workshops

This week marks the beginning of our Summer Institutes for two ongoing TAH grants. Constructing, Consuming, and Conserving America, managed by Dr. Mark Tebeau and Nadine Grimm runs from Monday, June 14th 2010 until Wednesday, June 23rd 2010, with final presentations on July 29th and August 5th. Sounds of American History, managed by Dr. Mark […]