Public History


Examining Military Service From the Margins” was awarded a large NEH “Dialogues on the Experience of War” grant to hold discussion series nationwide with Veterans and civilians. Sieber will lead a team of scholars to design the course.

The Black Female Battalion That Stood Up to a White Male Army - The New  York Times

Scroll past photos for a list of other recent public history projects

Recent public history work:

  • Co-PI, “Examining Military Service From the Margins” NEH nationwide discussion series
  • Advisor, Hidden UMaine, tour of lost campus history
  • Oral historian, Maine Remembers the Coronavirus initiative
  • Advisor/Historian, Maine’s Theodore Roosevelt Trail (in development)
  • Grant writer, digital humanities manager, Wabanaki Research Portal
    • The NEH awarded the project a Humanities Collections and Reference Resources grant in April 2021
  • Consulting historian, PBS series,  “10 That Made America”
  • Consultant, Folded Map project, Loyola University Museum of Art, Chicago, IL
  • Consulting Historian, Prohibition + the WCTU, Francis Willard House, Evanston, IL
  • Tour design, “Doing Business on Devon,” Rogers Park/West Ridge Historical Society
  • Program Manager, EDCI and Museum of Durham History Partnership
  • Walking tour design, East Durham, Museum of Durham History
  • Curator, H is for Hayti, Museum of Durham History, Durham, NC
    •  In Fall 2017, H is for Hayti moved permanently to Hayti Heritage Center
  • Curator, I is for Innovation, Museum of Durham History, Durham, NC
  • Oral history, Story Squad/Audio Under the Stars, Museum of Durham History
  • Curator, Mapping the Mill Village, Kessell History Center, Loray Mill, Gastonia, NC
  • Digital Curator, The Mill Village in 1920, Digital Loray
  • Community Archive building, Loray Digital Archive
  • Walking tour design, Loray Mill Village, Digital Loray
  • Community outreach and events, Kessell History Center, Loray Mill, Gastonia, NC
  • Grant Writer, “Digitizing the May Weber Anthropological Collection” Chicago, IL
  • Lead historian, National Register of Historic Places re-application for the South Shore Country Club in Chicago, IL (pending)
  • Volunteer, Certified Gravestone Preservation

CV available upon request