Thomas Cauvin is in charge of Public History as the new Citizen Science of the Past (PHACS) and Head of the ‘Public History and Outreach’ Research Area at the Luxembourg Centre for Contemporary and Digital History (C²DH). Recipient of the ATTRACT fellowship (funded by the Fond National de la Recherche), he is Associate Professor of Public History at the University of Luxembourg. Cauvin earned his PhD at the European University Institute (Italy, 2012) and was post-doctoral fellow at the University of Michigan (2013). He worked as Assistant Professor of History at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette (2013-2017) and at Colorado State University (2017-2020) in charge of the public history and museum program. Cauvin has been the president of the International Federation for Public History since 2018. He is the author of Public History: a Textbook of Practice (2016).
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