Speaker: Steve Bromage
April 13-17, 2010
Denver, Colorado, USA

Speakers: Biography

Steve Bromage

Assistant Director
Maine Historical Society
489 Congress St.
Portland ME
04101 USA

Steve Bromage is Assistant Director of the Maine Historical Society where he has worked since 2001. In that role, he helps lead institutional planning, oversees public, educational, and online programming, and works closely with partners throughout Maine’s cultural community. Steve has helped guide the development of the Maine Memory Network (www.mainememory.net) , a statewide digital museum that has received national recognition for its innovative approach to providing access to historical resources and engaging communities in local, state, and national history. He and the MHS staff work closely with Maine Memory’s network of 200+ contributing partners on issues related to outreach, digitization, interpretation, and community partnerships. Previously, Steve was Associate Director of the online Disability History Museum (http://www.disabilitymuseum.org/) and helped produce the award-winning NPR documentary Beyond Affliction: The Disability History Project.

Steve will present Benedict Arnold Slept Here: New Life for Local History Online and In the Community . [Paper]