Claire D. Clark trained as an applied historian of medicine at Emory University's Graduate Institute of Liberal Arts. She is an assistant professor of Behavioral Science, History, and Bioethics at the University of Kentucky.
Kathryn Newfont uses oral history to study environmental history, especially the histories of woods, waters, and commons systems.
Akiko Takenaka has worked on ways that difficult histories are exhibited in museum settings and are taught in schools. She has written on controversies that had erupted over representation of World War II memories in Japanese and American museums.
I am a public history educator and practitioner whose interests concentrate on public interpretation and interpretive planning, especially as concerns “difficult” histories.