“interpreting the past – the baltimore ’68 project,” and “collecting history” introduction to public history.

Module 3 – Searching for the Past; Interpreting the Past, and Engaging with History and Contemporaries
Please provide a 250 word critique and reflection for each of Lyons two chapters. Cite your sources (in-text and in work cited); and provide succinct 100 word critique and reflection per each of the short reaings (by Hinton, Adorno, and Flowerman). Upload all separate segments as one word doc.
Lyon, Cherstin. “Interpreting the Past – The Baltimore ’68 Project,” and “Collecting History” Introduction to Public History. Interpreting the Past, Engaging Audiences. Rowman and Littlefield, 2017, 33-56 and 57-82.
Hinton, Alexander Laban. “Introduction: The Snake.” It Can Happen Here: White Power and the Rising Threat of Genocide in the US. NYU Press, 2021, 21-22.
Adorno, Theodor. Education After Auschwitz. https://josswinn.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/12/AdornoEducation.pdf
Flowerman, Samuel H. “Portrait of the Authoritarian Man,” The New York Times, April 23, 1950, 28-31. Portrait of the Autnoritarian Man by Samuel H. Flowerman NYTimes April 23 1950.pdf

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