Barbara Abrash is Director of Public Programs for the Center for Media, Culture and History as well as of the Center for Religion and Media at New York University. She created the course "Media and History" for NYU’s Program in Public History and taught it with great success until 2002. She has worked for many years to establish mutually supportive ties between historians and filmmakers and directed media projects in the early 1980s for the Institute for Research in History. An independent filmmaker and media advocate, she has served as a consultant to many organizations and film projects. Production credits include Indians, Outlaws and Angie Debo (American Experience, PBS), Perestroika From Below (Channel 4/UK), Margaret Sanger: A Public Nuisance (New Television, PBS), and Signal to Noise: Life With Television (PBS Her research has been supported by the Rockefeller Foundation, Ford Foundation, and MacArthur Foundation, among others. Her most recent publication is "A Festchrift for George Stoney," a special edition of the journal Wide Angle.
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