Doing Women's History in Public: A Handbook for Interpretation at Museums and Historic Sites (American Association for State and Local History) (Paperback)
About the Author
Heather Huyck is a public historian long dedicated to "tell the whole story," and interpret quality women's history. An activist-scholar as well as a park ranger, manager, and organizer, she has a PhD from the University of Minnesota, worked on the foundational Women's History Sources Survey, and did professional staff work for 81 enacted laws in the US House of Representatives. She taught women's history to the National Park Service and the College of William & Mary and has made numerous presentations. A past President of the National Collaborative for Women's History Sites, she has been an OAH Distinguished Lecturer, AHA Congressional Fellow, and AHA Feis Public History Award recipient. She worked to preserve Maggie Walker documents and serves on the Mary McLeod Bethune Federal Commission. She has travelled extensively to museums in the US and Canada and to 324 national parks.