Prof. Lubar on Disney’s America

Prof. Steven Lubar is visiting Miniature Worlds on November 3 as a guest speaker. He will be centering his talk on the controversial, unbuilt  proposal of “Disney’s America” which will help us tie the topics of past two weeks and this week: Media Conglomerates, National Identity, and Heritage Landscapes.

Prof. Lubar teaches at Brown University, at the departments of American Civilization and History and is the director of the John Nicolas Brown Center for Public Humanities and Cultural Heritage. He is the author of  Legacies: Collecting America’s History at the Smithsonian, InfoCulture, and History from Things, and organizer of exhibits including America on the Move and Engines of Change at the Smithsonian. Before Brown, Prof. Lubar was the chair of the Division of the History of Technology at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History.

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Professor, Departments of American Civilization and History and Director, John Nicolas Brown Center for Public Humanities and Cultural Heritage
American Civilization; John Nicholas Brown Center
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New Social Sciences Faculty 2004
ARTS/HUMANITIES: Steven Lubar and Public Humanities Initiatiave (Inside Brown of March 2005)
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