January 13th, 2013
Episode 206 of 411 episodes
Michele Zack has been a writer/journalist for 25+ years. In 2011, she joined theThe Huntington-USC Instititute on California and the West(ICW) as Senior Advisor, Local History and K-12 Outreach. ICW pairs a great research university (USC) with a great research library (The Huntington) for a number of projects in doctoral education, public outreach, and thematic and innovative investigations of Western History. Her appointment followed years of work with ICW director Bill Deverell on three federal Teaching American History grants that provide professional development for k-12 history teachers. Her bookAltadena: Between Wilderness and Citywas recognized in 2005 for excellence by the American Association of State and Local History, and in 2006 she received the Donald Pflueger Award from the Historical Society of Southern California. Currently, she's working on several new projects and writing forAltadenablog.In addition, she serves on the board of directors forAltadena Heritage. www.michelezack.com www.thecandidframe.com [email protected]
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