Public Scholarship at
The University of Texas at Austin
This website is meant to be a resource for anyone interested in public scholarship or in the specific public scholarship projects that UT faculty and students are carrying out. As more and more of us in the UT Austin community use our skills and knowledge as scholars to inform and work together with the public, we want to learn about what our colleagues are doing. We also want to share this information to promote the wide range of exciting public scholarship going on at UT Austin and in the humanities in general.
Thinking in Public continues and builds on an earlier website. The original Thinking in Public was created by Prof. Randolph Lewis of the American Studies Department in collaboration with Josh Kopin, Alexis Schrubbe, Curt Yowell, and Kristin Runkle as a final project for his Summer 2014 graduate seminar, “Doing Public Scholarship.”
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Thinking in Public is supported by the Department of History at UT Austin, Liberal Arts Instructional Technology Services and the Office of Public Affairs.
It was designed and constructed by Stacy Vlasits of the Liberal Arts Instructional Technology Services.