A partnership with the National Council on Public History, The Inclusive Historian’s Handbook is a co-sponsored digital resource designed to center inclusivity, diversity, equity, and public service in public history work. The “Handbook” is a living digital project comprised of entries examining all facets of public history work in the lens of these core values. Authored by field experts, the entries combine practical advice with critical reflections and telling examples. The “Handbook” launched in August 2019 with twenty entries. Entries will continue to be added through 2019 and 2020 for a final first edition of one hundred entries.