Richard Rabinowitz

Photo of Richard RabinowitzPhoto | Marla MaritzerRichard Rabinowitz, a noted historian and museum curator, is the president of American History Workshop. For decades, he has been instrumental in developing new museums and creating lively exhibitions across the nation, including the Lower East Side Tenement Museum, the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute, the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center, and the New-York Historical Society. He is the author of The Spiritual Self in Everyday Life: The Transformation of Personal Religious Experience in Nineteenth-Century New England and Curating America: Journeys through Storyscapes of the American Past. Among his many honors are a Guggenheim Fellowship and the American Historical Association’s Herbert Feis Award for distinguished contributions to public history.

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Cover: Objects of Love and Regret: A Brooklyn StoryObjects of Love and Regret: A Brooklyn StoryRabinowitz, RichardHARDCOVER09/27/2022$29.95
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