Building a Place for History
Nicole Belolan, PhD, is the Public Historian in Residence at the Mid-Atlantic Regional Center for the Humanities at Rutgers University-Camden. At Rutgers, she directs a continuing education program in historic preservation. As part of her appointment, she is also the Co-Editor of The Public Historian and the Digital Media Editor for the National Council on Public History. She regularly lectures on disability history and gives workshops on accessibility and collections management best practices for small museums and historic sites. Her most recent publication, “The Material Culture of Gout in Early America,” appeared in the edited volume Making Disability Modern(2020). She is the Secretary of the Disability History Association.