Last year, colleagues and I hosted a roundtable discussion at the National Council on Public History's annual meeting on learning from failure in public history practice. The blog post that inspired it is here: Do You Have a Problem with the Word Failure?
It was particularly memorable for me because we got to play Failure Bingo, which was pretty great:
The American Historian was nice enough to publish a short piece on the wisdom that emerged from the roundtable on the ways we might best address failure in public history collaborations.
You can read it by clicking here.
Let me know what you think in the comments!