Center for Public History + Digital Humanities

Director: Mark Souther, PhD

The Center for Public History and Digital Humanities evolved from a series of collaborations between between Dr. Mark Tebeau and Dr. Mark Souther, professors of History at Cleveland State University. Building on scholarly research and a shared commitment to engaging the K-12 educational community, the Center seeks to encompass a diverse range of approaches to public and digital history.

The Center is focused on bringing together individuals and scholarship in history, education, library and information sciences and technology in order to better serve the public. We specialize in developing state of the art public history projects and resources.

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Browse the Center for Public History + Digital Humanities Collections:

Cleveland Regional Oral History Collection

National Endowment for the Humanities Projects