Community Work

As a public historian, my work is inherently community based. I’ve been lucky to build partnerships with colleagues at Coastal Carolina University, the local museum, and a variety of community stakeholders.

Recent Projects

Awards and Grants

External

2022   
↠ Society for American Archaeology – National Award of Outstanding Public Archaeology Project, for Waccamaw Indian People: Past, Present, Future.

↠ G. Wesley Johnson Award from the National Council on Public History – Honorable Mention for Katie Clary and Carolyn Dillian. “Printing the Past: Building Accessibility and Engagement Through 3D Technologies.” The Public Historian, vol. 43, no. 2, May 2021.

2021   
↠ Society for American Archaeology – National Award for Collections-Based Education and Research, for Printing the Past: SC in 3D

2020   
↠Publication of the Year for Dillian, Carolyn and Katie Clary. “Artifacts and Accessibility: 3D Technologies for Museum Exhibits.”South Carolina Antiquities, 2020. From the Archaeological Society for South Carolina. 

↠ Leadership in History Award of Excellence, American Association for State and Local History, for Printing the Past: SC in 3D.

↠ History in Progress Award, given to less than 5% of awardees; American Association for Stateand Local History, for Printing the Past: SC in 3D.

2019   
↠ Silver Award for Exhibits under $10,000 for Printing the Past: SC in 3D, Southeastern Museums Conference

Internal

2021   
↠ College of Humanities and Fine Arts Distinguished Scholarly or Creative Endeavors.

↠ Office of the Provost: Faculty Innovation and Excellence Awards for Coastal Carolina University, Public Engagement, Outreach, and Service.

↠ Nominated, Faculty Innovation and Excellence Awards for Coastal Carolina University, Inclusive Pedagogy Award.

Related Publications

Under Review – Dillian, Carolyn, Katie Clary, Jesse Morgan, Harold Hatcher, and Cheryl Cail. “Collaboration and Co-Creation in the Exhibit Waccamaw Indian People: Past, Present, Future.” South Carolina Antiquities, 2022. 6,350 words.

↠ Clary, Katie, Carolyn Dillian, and Jesse Morgan. “Community Collaborations in Exhibition Development.” History News, Vol. 9, No. 1, Autumn 2021, 19-23.

↠ Clary, Katie, and Carolyn Dillian. “Printing the Past: Building Accessibility and Engagement Through 3D Technologies.” The Public Historian, vol. 43, no. 2, May 2021, 41-62. (Honorable Mention from the National Council on Public History, G. Wesley Johnson Award for publications in 2021.)

↠ Clary Katie, and Carolyn Dillian. “3D Technologies for Exhibits and Programs.” Technical Leaflet for American Association for State and Local History. History News, Vol. 7, No. 2, Spring 2020: 1-8. 

↠ Dillian, Carolyn and Katie Clary. “Artifacts and Accessibility: 3D Technologies for Museum Exhibits.” South Carolina Antiquities, 2020: 23-32.  *Award-winning article – Article of the Year, Association for South Carolina Archaeology 

↠ Dillian, Carolyn and Katie Clary. “Archaeological Museum Exhibits and Accessibility for the Sensory and Visually Impaired.” Horizon and Tradition, Southeastern Archaeological Conference. Vol. 62, No. 1, April 2020. https://www.southeasternarchaeology.org/wp-content/uploads/SEAC-Newsletter-Spring-2020-final.pdf  

Clary, Katie and Carolyn Dillian, “Please Touch: 3D Technologies for Accessibility in Museums,”  Nursing Clio peer-reviewed blog, November 2019. https://nursingclio.org/2020/01/29/please-touch-3d-technologies-for-accessibility-in-museums/  

Clary, Katie. “Teaching Public History in Core Courses,” National Council on Public History professional blog, History@Work, Summer 2019. 

Clary, Katie. “St. Michan Mummies,” on MummyStories.com edited by Dr. Angela Stienne; https://www.mummystories.com/single-post/KatieStringerClary2019-2, March 6, 2019.

Clary, Katie. “Neskhons,” on MummyStories.com edited by Dr. Angela Stienne; https://www.mummystories.com/single-post/KatieStringerClary, November 12, 2018.

Clary, Katie. “Mummies of Phillippi,” on MummyStories.com edited by Dr. Angela Stienne; https://www.mummystories.com/single-post/KatieStringerClary2019, January 29, 2019.

↠ Stringer Clary, Katie. “Public Access to History (and Pre-History) Through Archaeology” in EXARC International Journal, 2018/3, August 2018.

Stringer, Katie. “Primary Sources, Artifacts, and Students with Special Needs.”  Teaching with Primary Sources, Middle Tennessee State University (Fall 2013).

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