Greetings! I am Anjuli Grantham, and I envision, catalyze and craft cultural productions for media, organizations and communities, especially if there is a connection to coastal communities.
I am a professionally-trained public historian, an experienced museum curator, a published writer, a radio producer, a former teacher and non-profit development professional. Mostly I am a chronic instigator of multi-format public arts and humanities projects.
Currently I am collaborating on a book about the history of canneries in Southeast Alaska. I also direct the Alaska Historic Canneries Initiative for the Alaska Historical Society, write a monthly column on fisheries history for Pacific Fishing, and I am an Alaska Salmon Fellow.
I am always interested in collaborating on projects that engage history and culture in unexpected ways and places- let's talk! You can contact me at anjuligrantham[at]gmail.com.