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Submissions from 2020

Commemoration of Women in the U.S.: Remembering Women in Public Spaces, Teresa Bergman

How to Conduct Documentary Interviews, Teresa Bergman

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New Directions and Crossroads in Memory Practices and Commemoration, Teresa Bergman

Submissions from 2019

Exhibiting Patriotism: Creating and Contesting Interpretations of American Historic Sites, Teresa Bergman

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Interview: Commemoration of Women in the U.S.: Remembering Women in Public Space, Teresa Bergman

Public Commemoration in the U.S.: Context, Diversity, and Challenges, Teresa Bergman

Rhetorical Explorations of Montgomery’s Racial Justice Commemorative Sites, Teresa Bergman

The Commemoration of Women in the United States: Remembering Women in Public Space, Teresa Bergman

Submissions from 2018

Documentary Film Production and Distribution and New Media, Teresa Bergman

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Interview for Masters in Communication, Teresa Bergman

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Interview: Moscone: A Legacy of Change, Teresa Bergman

Submissions from 2017

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Commemoration of Women in the U.S.: Remembering Women in Public Space, Teresa Bergman

New Media and Documentary Film Production and Distribution, Teresa Bergman

Public History Challenges at the Lincoln Memorial, Teresa Bergman

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The Portrait Monument’s Emblematic and Tortured History, Teresa Bergman

Submissions from 2016

Changing Definitions of Patriotism and Nationalism at Mt. Rushmore, Teresa Bergman

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Commemorating Women: Contemporary Patriotic Memorials in the U.S., Teresa Bergman

Exhibiting Patriotism at the U.S.S. Arizona and the California Railroad Museum, Teresa Bergman

Interview: John Muir and the National Park Service, Teresa Bergman

Patriotism Carved in Stone: Mt. Rushmore’s Evolution as a National Symbol, Teresa Bergman

Submissions from 2015

Exhibiting Asian-American Patriotism: The USS Arizona Memorial and the California Railroad Museum, Teresa Bergman

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Interview: Exhibiting Patriotism: Creating and Contesting Interpretations of American Historic Sites, Teresa Bergman

Submissions from 2014

Commemoration of Rosie the Riveter, Teresa Bergman

Critical Lessons from Exhibiting Patriotism: Creating and Contesting Interpretations of American Historic Sites, Teresa Bergman

Encountering Disciplinary Intersections in Exhibiting Patriotism: Creating and Contesting Interpretations of American Historic Sites, Teresa Bergman

Exhibiting Patriotism: Creating and Contesting Interpretations of American Historic Sites, Teresa Bergman

Guest lecture and book signing of Exhibiting Patriotism: Creating and Contesting Interpretations of American Historic Sites, Teresa Bergman

Sex and Gender in the Lincoln Memorial, Teresa Bergman

Submissions from 2013

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How to Remember Rosie in the Documentary ‘The Life and Times of Rosie the Riveter', Teresa Bergman

How to Remember Rosie: The Politics of Representation at the Rosie the Riveter Memorial, Teresa Bergman

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Interview: Exhibiting Patriotism: Creating and Contesting Interpretations of American Historic Sites, Teresa Bergman

Sex and Gender in the Lincoln Memorial, Teresa Bergman

Sex and Gender in the Lincoln Memorial, Teresa Bergman

Sex and Gender in the Lincoln Memorial, Teresa Bergman

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Sex and Gender in the Lincoln Memorial’s Orientation Film, Teresa Bergman

The Politics of Memory at the Rosie the Riveter Memorial, Teresa Bergman

Submissions from 2012

Documentary as Persuasive Communication, Teresa Bergman

How to Remember Rosie: The Politics of Representation at the Rosie the Riveter Memorial, Teresa Bergman

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Interview: Can Patriotism be Carved in Stone: A Critical Analysis of Mt. Rushmore’s Orientation Films, Teresa Bergman

Necessary Tensions: Encountering Discipline Patrols in Interdisciplinary Research, Teresa Bergman

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Perfect Communities, Imagined Spaces, and Visions of America: Examining Disney’s Place in Public Memory, Teresa Bergman

Submissions from 2011

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Chasing Patriotism, Teresa Bergman

Keynote: Sex and Gender in the Lincoln Memorial: The Politics of Interpreting Lincoln’s Legacy, Teresa Bergman

Submerged Patriotism: The Changing Messages of Citizenship and Nationalism at the U.S.S. Arizona, Teresa Bergman

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The California Railroad Museum Learns its Place, Teresa Bergman

Submissions from 2010

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Bridging Historic Locations and Contemporary Identities, Teresa Bergman

Chinese Absence at the California State Railroad Museum, Teresa Bergman

The Rhetoric of Oppressive Montage in Chisholm: Unbought & Unbossed, Teresa Bergman

Submissions from 2009

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How to Remember Rosie: The Politics of Representation and Memory at the Rosie the Riveter Memorial, Teresa Bergman

The Role of Documentary Film in the Public Sphere, Teresa Bergman

Submissions from 2008

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Lessons in Symbolism in the Lincoln Memorial’s Orientation Film, Teresa Bergman

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Unbought & Unbossed and Unable to Break Through, Teresa Bergman

Submissions from 2007

How to Remember the Alamo, Teresa Bergman and Jon F. Schamber

Submissions from 2006

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Can Patriotism Be Carved in Stone?, Teresa Bergman

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How to Remember The Alamo, Teresa Bergman

Rabbit in the Moon, Teresa Bergman

You Were on Indian Land: Remembering and Forgetting Native Americans on Alcatraz Island, Teresa Bergman

Submissions from 2005

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Submerged Patriotism: A Critical Analysis of the USS Arizona’s Orientation Films, Teresa Bergman

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Two Thousand Years in Thirteen Minutes: A Critical Analysis of Alcatraz Island’s Orientation Films, Teresa Bergman

Submissions from 2003

The Politics of Representation in Mt. Rushmore’s Orientation Films, Teresa Bergman

Submissions from 2002

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Fashionably Objective: When the Politics of Epistemology Encounter Progressive Political Representation in Documentary Film, Teresa Bergman

Fashionably Objective: When the Politics of Epistemology Encounter Progressive Political Representation in Documentary Film, Teresa Bergman

Feminist Pedagogy and Production, Teresa Bergman

The Camera as Killer in The Blair Witch Project, Teresa Bergman

Submissions from 2001

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Orientational Moves in the California State Railroad Museum 1981 and 1991 Orientation Films, Teresa Bergman

The Medium is Only Part of the Message in The Blair Witch Project, Teresa Bergman

Submissions from 2000

Ruminations on the 1997 Western States Communication Association Conference, Teresa Bergman

The Rhetoric of Documentary Film and Mythic Representation: In the Shadow of the Stars, Teresa Bergman

Submissions from 1999

Autobiography, Dialogic Engagement, and Madness in Complaints of a Dutiful Daughter, Teresa Bergman

Objectively Speaking: Reports from the Documentary Field, Teresa Bergman

Submissions from 1998

Bakhtin’s Dialogic Model and Complaints of a Dutiful Daughter, Teresa Bergman