The program presented below is still a provisional one. It will still change before being able to publish a definitive program which will take care also of the 49 panels selected by the AIPH, the Italian Association for Public History born in 2016 as first national branche associated to the International Federation for Public History.
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1st Conference of the “Associazione Italiana di Public History” (AIPH), Ravenna, Italy, 5-9 June 2017
PROGRAM – 26-05-2017 – The Program is available for download at https://events.unibo.it/ifph2017/program 1st Conference of the “Associazione Italiana di Public History” (AIPH) Università di Bologna, Campus di Ravenna,...
This is the complete list of Posters that have been accepted for the poster session during the 4th IFPH annual conference #IFPH2017 in Ravenna, Italy. The session will take place on Thursday June 8 in the afternoon from 2.30 p.m. to 4.30 p.m. and will be followed by the IFPH annual meeting.
The web site of the Conference at https://events.unibo.it/ifph2017 will be regulary updated with information about accomodation, travel, venue of the conference, visa for Italy, etc.. Before the end of March 2017, the full schedule of the program will also be available. Please read carefully the following information for registration to Ravenna IFPH-AIPH 2017….
The 4th International Conference of the IFPH is now receiving poster applications. The Poster Session is an opportunity to present and discuss public history projects using visual and material evidence, in an interactive and flexible setting.
Open Statement from the International Federation for Public History regarding the United States Travel Ban
The Application to IFPH Treasurer position (2017-2020) closed last January 15, 2017. Anita Lucchesi was elected replacing Michael J. Devine – former Director of the Harry S. Truman...
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