Editors’ Choice: A Brief History of @MallHistories

Yesterday, my colleagues and I at RRCHNM launched a great new public history site, Histories of the National Mall, mallhistory.org. It is built in Omeka with a beautiful responsive design that displays on a phone, tablet, or laptop. (Read full announcement on the RRCHNM blog.)

We have been thrilled with the positive response we have received so far, and hope that take-up will be high as we ease into the tourist season in Washington, DC.

The launch of this site is sweet, and personally significant for me, because it has been in development for many years.

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This content was selected for Digital Humanities Now by Editor-in-Chief Lisa Rhody based on nominations by Editors-at-Large: Anu Paul, Ayla Stein, Ester Rincon Calero, James O’Sullivan, Kristen Mapes, Beth Secrist, Amy Williams, Aisha Clarke, Sarah Canfield Fuller, Andrew Hyde, Laurie Allen, Chiara Bernardi, Souvenise St. Louis, and Kevin McQueeney.