American History Workshop (AHW) produces public programs to connect Americans with their past. Among its clients are museums, historical societies, historic districts, parks and gardens, filmmakers, public agencies, businesses, citizens’ groups, television stations, and others involved in interpreting history. In his latest book, AHW founder and president Richard Rabinowitz explores the radically altered landscape of public interest in and engagement with American history. One of the most influential public historians of our time, Rabinowitz has created over 500 history museums, exhibitions, and educational programs across the nation.
AHW engaged Bow Bridge to promote the release of Curating America: Journeys Through Storyscapes of the American Past by Richard Rabinowitz, published by the University of North Carolina Press.