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Tag Archives: Mitchell Dorsten
How might you conduct research in an archives?
By Mitchell Dorsten, archives student worker & Public History graduate student Today, I would like to discuss how a researcher (such as yourself) might use archives. Generally, there are many ways to go about the research process. Some people like … Continue reading
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Frigidaire and the Atomic Freezer
By Mitchell Dorsten, archives student worker & Public History graduate student Can a refrigerator protect you from a nuclear attack? In a controversial scene in Steven Spielberg’s Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull (2008), Indiana Jones hides … Continue reading
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