The “Historical Practices” segment of the JWH highlights applied forms of historical practice, like archival work, digital outreach, teaching, and activism. Kacey Calahane, Jessica Millward, and Max Speare discuss their innovative approach to public history in “Scholars do Bravo Too: Reality Television, Public History, and the Historians on Housewives Podcast.” Here they explain how historians on their podcast dissect various episodes from the “Housewives” franchise to elucidate scholarly debates about subjects like race, gender, the history of slavery, and domestic violence to a general audience. This form of public history relies on interdisciplinary research methods and it provides listeners with novel ways to understand historical inquiry.