Rebecca Bush is Curator of History/Exhibitions Manager at the Columbus Museum in Georgia. Her professional interests include local history in all its variations, especially in rural communities, and multiple-perspective interpretation. She often focuses her research on social history of the American South in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Rebecca earned a BA in History from Kansas State University and a MA in Public History from the University of South Carolina. Tawny Paul is Senior Lecturer in History at the University of Exeter (UK). Her work combines academic and public history. Alongside research in eighteenth-century British social history, she has an interest in contemporary uses of the past and in how academic histories can be presented to wider audiences, and has worked professionally as an interpretive planner. Tawny earned her BA in History from Vassar College and holds a PhD in Social History from the University of Edinburgh.