Hannalore Hein

1/24/14 – History at the Movies, Part 2

Copious movies over the past several years have used the film industry’s iconic motto of “lights, camera, action” to portray historical stories, both fictional and factual. While Hollywood’s films have targeted a variety of timeframes and places, the history of race relations in the United States has occupied many movie makers since 2011. In these… Read the Rest »

1/10/14 – History at the Movies, Part 1

There’s no better time to think about the role that history plays in making movies with the movie award season just around the corner. Conversely, it’s interesting to explore the role that movies play in making history. This March will mark the 86th annual Academy Awards, and over the past eight decades, a cavalcade of… Read the Rest »

11/1/13 – An Entrepreneurial Education:Bridging History and Business

Today’s blog post was written by HannaLore Hein, SHRA’s fall intern.  Learn more about HannaLore here. “Entrepreneurialism” and “History” are two words that don’t often end up in the same sentence… at least that has been my experience, until recently. I have always had a passion for history, but I cannot say the same about… Read the Rest »

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