The History Engine is a project that gives students the opportunity to practice the craft of history by researching, writing, and publishing concise ‘micro-histories’ about small moments in American history.
Robert Nelson and Scott Nesbit presented posters at Shockoe Bottom and the Maggie Walker House as part of the Future of Richmond’s Past’s Emancipation Day celebration, April 17, 2010. Read about the event here.
DSL Associate Director Scott Nesbit presented a paper on the historical atlas and the discipline of history at the Annual Meeting of the American Association of Geographers in Washington DC on April 16, 2010. The abstract is here.