Cortland Public History documents and shares the history of Cortland, New York with the wider world. Public history students and interns at SUNY Cortland work with organizations to research and tell histories for the benefit of our shared community. Cortland Public History serves as a space for undergraduate students to practice public history by doing public history.
Students@Work is our blog series by public history students at SUNY Cortland as part of their coursework.
Interns@Work is our blog series by public history interns at SUNY Cortland as they serve organizations out in the community.
Public history projects about SUNY Cortland can be found under “Gown.” Projects related to Cortland County and the surrounding region can be viewed under “Town.”
Cortland Public History would not be possible without support from Loren Leonard, Web Operations Specialist from Systems Administration and Web Services (SAWS), or Jeremy Pekarek, archivist at the SUNY Cortland College Archive—thanks Loren and Jeremy!