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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Dear member, it’s Time to Renew Your Membership
Your annual membership in the International Federation for Public History expired. By renewing your Membership today you can ensure to be part of the growing international community of public historians.
The call for nomination is re-open for the position of Treasurer in the International Federation for Public History’s steering committee. The position is for a 4-year term (renewable once) starting in January 2017 (1/1/2017 – 31/12/2020). Self-nomination and nomination of individuals by a third party are welcome! Candidates and Voters should be regular 2017 IFPH-FIHP members….
The Canadian Historical Association Speaks Out about Poland’s New History Law, a comment by David Dean
On December 6, 2016 the Canadian Historical Association (CHA) wrote an open letter to the Polish Prime Minister Beata Szydlo urging the Polish government to reconsider the passage of legislation that would punish anyone who refers to “Polish death camps” or “Polish concentration camps.” The proposed legislation is designed to protect “the good name” of Poland. The CHA fears that the new law will encourage attacks on academic freedom and stifle research and debate….
CFP for the 4th Annual Conference of the International Federation for Public History, Ravenna, Italy, 5-9 June 2017 – New Deadline December 15, 2016
From 5th to 9th June 2016, the fourth international annual conference of the International Federation on Public History (IFPH) will be held at the University of Bologna, Cultural Heritage Department (Dipartimento dei Beni Culturali) located on the Campus of the city of Ravenna.
Catalina Munoz and David Dean have been elected to the Steering Committee of the IFPH ! They will become new members of the IFPH SC on January 1, 2017.
“L’histoire fait-elle vendre ?” Conference organised by the Master in “Histoire Publique”, Paris-Est Créteil, November 18-19, 2016
L’histoire publique, la Public History, a à voir avec des pratiques de l’histoire qui dépassent les cercles académiques. Si ces pratiques répondent à une demande forte des publics pour des récits historiques accessibles, compréhensibles, attrayants voire ludiques, elles se traduisent également en consommation de biens culturels (cinéma, télévision, musées, jeux, radio, livres…) s’appuyant sur l’histoire.
The University of Cologne’s second year of the Master’s degree program in history with focus on public history
In October 2015 (“Winter Semester 2015/16”), the University of Cologne started a new Master’s degree program in history with focus on public history. The new program takes account of the media’s growing interest in history and the society’s increasing interest in museums, memorial sites and other spaces of historical commemoration or education.