New Contributor: Independent Historian Kathleen Hulser

Please join us in welcoming our newest contributor Kathleen Hulser. Hulser is an independent historian who manages cultural projects and teaches at New School in New York.

She is currently working on a smartphone augmented reality interpretation of the War of 1812. Her interests include urban history, slavery, women, public space and the social history of the nineteenth century, especially popular disorders. She also gives walking tours, workshops, curates exhibitions and conducts digital humanities sessions.

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One thought on “New Contributor: Independent Historian Kathleen Hulser

  • November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am

    “Popular” disorders???


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