25 Best Public History Blogs and Websites

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Public History Blogs

Here are 25 Best Public History Blogs you should follow in 2024

1. Active History

Active History Read amusing articles, historical anecdotes, and other stories in this space. Active History is a resource to help connect historians with the public, policymakers, and the media. We publish short papers by historians on a range of topics and blog posts on historians that engage with the internet and the public sphere.
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2. History Guild

History Guild History Guild is a group of History Enthusiasts. History Guild creates articles, podcasts, and videos that tell the stories of history in interesting and engaging ways. To be able to make decisions about the future it is imperative that we understand the past.
Facebook Followers 1.9KTwitter Followers 1.4K Frequency 3 posts / week Domain Authority 25 Get Email Contact

3. The Metropole Blog

The Metropole Blog The Metropole blog by The Urban History Association shines light upon the hidden histories of emerging urban centers (cities) around the world. The UHF was founded in Cincinnati in 1988 for the purpose of stimulating interest and forwarding research and study in the history of the city in all periods and geographical areas.
Twitter Followers 4.4K Frequency 1 post / day Domain Authority 34 more » Get Email Contact

4. Doing History in Public

Doing History in Public 'Doing History in Public' is a collaborative blog written and edited by graduate historians both at the University of Cambridge (where most of us are based) and elsewhere. The blog is intended to cover a diverse range of historical periods, countries, and themes. Our mission is to develop an online arena for the publication of commentaries, interviews, essays, and other creative outputs
Facebook Followers 793Twitter Followers 2.5K Frequency 1 post / week Domain Authority 28 more » Get Email Contact


IFPH-FIHP The International Federation for Public History blog promotes international debates between Public Historians and informs about the activities of the IFPH-FIHP. The International Federation for Public History aims to create an international network of public history programs, scholars, and practitioners to facilitate the international exchange of information on teaching and research in publics history.
Twitter Followers 2.3K Frequency 2 posts / quarter Domain Authority 38 more » Get Email Contact

6. MCPHH | Public History Blog

MCPHH | Public History Blog This blog showcases the work that our MCPHH colleagues and friends are involved in. Our aim is to encourage participation from those undertaking public history and/or heritage projects in Manchester. The Manchester Center for Public History & Heritage brings together academic researchers, history and heritage professionals, and members of the public in the production of history.
Twitter Followers 2.2K Frequency 1 post / week Domain Authority 29 more » Get Email Contact

7. National Council on Public History

National Council on Public History History@Work is the peer-edited, multi-interest blog of the National Council on Public History (NCPH). NCPH established the blog to create an online venue where people from around the field of public history could share ideas and news. The blog aims to blend scholarly, professional, and civic discussion arising from the practice of presenting history in public.
Frequency 2 posts / month Domain Authority 51 more » Get Email Contact

8. On History | Features & Articles

On History | Features & Articles News, articles & research from the Institute of Historical Research. Read the latest posts from our contributors to know more about ongoing research projects, history mapping events, readings, and more. On History is a digital magazine produced by the Institute of Historical Research. Our aim is to publish accessible and engaging articles that reflect on contemporary issues.
Frequency 5 posts / year Domain Authority 66 more » Get Email Contact

9. History@Kingston

History@Kingston History@Kingston is a multi-authored blog written by staff, students, alumni, and public historians who contribute to the study of history at Kingston University and the town's rich local heritage. We also occasionally host special guest blogs authored by experts beyond Kingston.
Frequency 1 post / day Domain Authority 28 more » Get Email Contact

10. Random Thoughts on History

Random Thoughts on History Tim Talbott's blog features his musings on American, African American, Southern, Civil War, Reconstruction, and Public History topics and books. Including recent aquisitions, recommendations and more. Tim is a life-long history enthusiast with a passion for sharing the educational advantages of learning our past.
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11. Archive and Access

Archive and Access Archive and Access is a publicly-contributed blog showcasing Historical archives from colonial as well as post-independence India. The blog invites historians to write with information or perspectives on archives and libraries in South Asia (or linked collections). This initiative hoped to fulfill two objectives: to map historical collections in the region and to provide some information about their contents and use.
Frequency 1 post / month Domain Authority 18 more » Get Email Contact

12. Looking Back, Moving Forward in Museum Education Blog

Looking Back, Moving Forward in Museum Education Blog Wander through our collection of exemplary, detailed posts on Public History. Lindsey Steward-Goldberg's blog is a resource on Historical Sites. Lindsey is a passionate and dedicated individual who is determined to provide local and national history for future generations to appreciate their roots and teach the next generation.
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13. Making the Past Present Blog

Making the Past Present Blog Hi, I'm Kelsey, and I'm a public historian, teacher, and lifelong learner from the beautiful mountains of East Tennessee. I love sharing my passion for history, and this blog is a place where I share my thoughts on history, travel, and much more as I try to make the past present, accessible, and engaging for all.
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14. Public History Weekly

Public History Weekly Public History Weekly is the international and multilingual Open Peer Review Journal about all kinds of dealing with the past in public. Here, you will find weekly contributions of our international authors and help make the journal through your comments a place of lively debate.
Facebook Followers 3.1KTwitter Followers 8KInstagram Followers 541 Frequency 2 posts / quarter Domain Authority 73 more » Get Email Contact

15. NOTCHES Blog » Public History

NOTCHES Blog » Public History View our articles on Public History, diving into Queer representation throughout history, and Changing Cultural attitudes, and New approaches to documenting Queer analysis. NOTCHES is a peer-reviewed, collaborative and international history of sexuality blog that aims to get people inside and outside the academy thinking about histories of sex and sexualities in the past and in the present.
Twitter Followers 5.3K Domain Authority 48 more » Get Email Contact

16. The biased historian Blog

The biased historian Blog My name is Molly, I'm a 24 year old History graduate and an aspiring Public/Gender Historian. This blog will be a mix of posts regarding what I've been studying, what I find interesting, what I find infuriating, and anything that I read/hear that sparks my interest. I plan to keep it relatively history-orientated.
Twitter Followers 295 Domain Authority 91 more » Get Email Contact

17. Katie Stringer Clary, PhD

Katie Stringer Clary, PhD Katie Stringer Clary, Ph.D. in Public History (with a concentration on museum Management) delves into her thoughts and recollection on a myriad of topics - Public History, Museums, & the World Today. Katie currently teaches courses in Public History, Museums and Communities, Museum Studies, Interpretive Methods, other Special Topics in Public History.
Facebook Followers 319Twitter Followers 3.1K Frequency 19 posts / year Domain Authority 20 more » Get Email Contact

18. Scottish Centre for Global History Blog

Scottish Centre for Global History Blog Through our Global History Blog, our platform focuses on the development of global history the democratization of the field, and stimulating debate. The Scottish Centre for Global History (SCGH) is a research center and public history space for postgraduates and academics from around the world to share their ideas and research in Global History.
Twitter Followers 2.9K Domain Authority 24 more » Get Email Contact

19. The Lakefront Historian

The Lakefront Historian The Lakefront Historian is a group blog written by graduate students and scholars associated with the Loyola University Chicago Public History Program. Content includes reviews of historical sites and institutions, commentary on the public consumption of history, thoughts on public history theory and practice, and news about public history careers.
Twitter Followers 251 Domain Authority 25 more » Get Email Contact

20. Fredericksburg Remembered

Fredericksburg Remembered Fredericksburg Remembered is a beautifully exhaustive collection of musings on the history of Fredericksburg, public history, the Civil War, and the Army of the Potomac. Historian John Hennessy narrates deftly the events and public feelings as they progressed through Civil War. John is a retired staff from Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania National Military Park.
Frequency 1 post / year Domain Authority 28 more » Get Email Contact

21. The Chris Dawson History Blog

The Chris Dawson History Blog A Brisbane-based Public History business run by a professional historian, featuring blog posts about all manner of historical curiosities such as hangings, bunyips, prisons, colonial Queensland, cemeteries, shark attacks, and ghosts. Chris Dawson is a Brisbane-based professional historian with extensive experience in presenting History to the public.
Frequency 2 posts / year Domain Authority 8 more » Get Email Contact

22. Tori Rigsby's History Blog

Tori Rigsby's History Blog Tori Rigsby's History Blog is about the fieldwork She and my classmates are undertaking in the Shiloh A.M.E. and South Asheville cemeteries in the Spring/Summer of 2022. Follow along as she responds to prompts pertaining to our studies and findings throughout the semester.
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Public History Bloggers

Top Authors, Journalists, and Publishers covering Public History. Get Spreadsheet
Blogger NameEmailBlog LinkTotal Blog Posts
History Guildhistoryguild.org84
Laura Madokoroactivehistory.ca12
Carly Ciufoactivehistory.ca11
Doing History in Publicdoinghistoryinpublic.org9
Sean Grahamactivehistory.ca8
Bridging Editorifph.hypotheses.org7
Tim Talbottrandomthoughtsonhistory.blogspot.com5
Kelsey Fritzmakingthepastpresent.com4
Sara Wilmshurstactivehistory.ca4
Daniel Rossactivehistory.ca2
Jim Cliffordactivehistory.ca2
Ní Cassaithepublic-history-weekly.degruyter.com2
Mark McKenziehistoryguild.org1
Madeleine Lilyhistoryguild.org1
John Hennessyfredericksburghistory.wordpress.com1
Kjell Reigstadthebiasedhistorian.home.blog1
Sarah H. Casencph.org1
Leena Husseinncph.org1
Michelle Dusterncph.org1
Priya Chhayancph.org1
Roman Cainncph.org1
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