Category: Amsterdam

Arnita Jones, Secretary of the IFPH Steering Committee will receive the NCPH 2016 Founders Award

The IFPH is honored to announce that Arnita Jones, Ph.D., corresponding secretary of the IFPH Steering Committee from 2011 to 2015, has been selected to receive the NCPH Founder’s Award at this year’s 2016 annual meeting in Baltimore, MD, USA.

IFPH Amsterdam 2014 Conference

Introducing the IFPH Student and New Professional Committee

By Hope Shannon @HistorianHope The idea for an International Federation for Public History student and new professional committee came out of the inaugural IFPH conference in Amsterdam in October, 2014. Interested students and new professionals began thinking about committee goals and potential projects while the IFPH steering committee considered the new committee’s role within the IFPH. The IFPH officially established the Student and New Professional Committee in January 2015.

Amsterdam #IFPH2014 October 23-25: Minutes of two Steering Committee Meetings and of the General Assembly

The first International Federation for Public History (IFPH-FIHP) annual conference was co-organised at the University of Amsterdam by the Amsterdam Center for Cultural Heritage and Identity, (University of Amsterdam), the Amsterdam School for Culture and History, (University of Amsterdam) and the NIOD, Amsterdam Institute for War, Holocaust and Genocide Studies, and was co-sponsored by: the Foundation for the History of Technology, (Eindhoven University of Technology).

October 2014 Amsterdam Conference: Public History in a Digital World – The Revolution Reconsidered

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#IFPH2014 UvA Website

The inaugural annual conference of the International Federation for Public History will be held at the University of Amsterdam from the 23rd of October to the 25th of October 2014. This international conference organized by the IFPH-FIHP, the Amsterdam Center for Cultural Heritage and Identity, the Amsterdam School for Culture and History and the NIOD Institute for War, Holocaust and Genocide Studies, will bring together experts, novices, and experimenters from all over the world to share insights, questions, and practices concerning the impact of the digital world on the theory and practice of Public History.