East Asian Studies major Patrick Rosenberg displays a worm-eaten, 1509 edition of Ovid, UW-Madison Special Collections (Photo: Rick Marolt)
English major Tegan Vail & English PhD student Kaydian Campbell invite participants to leaf through 16th C poetry books, UW-Madison Special Collections (Photo: Rick Marolt)
Biology major Alexandria Smith discusses old and new books during Q&A, UW-Madison Special Collections (Photo: Rick Marolt)
Water drains from a freshly pulled sheet of handmade paper on Library Mall at one of our public papermaking events
MENTORING-DRIVEN PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT
Holding History's mentoring-driven public engagement model is what makes the program distinctive. We guide student curiosity and help our team learn how to communicate big ideas to a diverse public audience, but UW-Madison students are the faces of the program. It’s their passion, excitement, and intelligence that make Holding History programs accessible and interesting to public audiences.
HH STUDENT CURATORS
STUDENT MENTORS (Past & Present)