Multi-lingual Resources

Based on a workshop organized at the 2017 annual conference of the IFPH (Ravenna, Italy), we propose here resources to study, teach, or practice public history. As we consider that the internationalization of public history is connected to languages and communication, we decided to encourage some of our members to work on lists of resources in Spanish, German, Italian, French, Polish, Dutch, and Portuguese.

  • These lists of resources are very much work in progress and are by no means exhaustive.
  • We intend the lists to be space for discussion, so feel free to comment and add resources to the list.

We are grateful to the participants to the workshop. Catherine Brice (France), David Dean (Canada), Fien Danniau (Belgium), Tanya Evans (Australia), Paolo Farnetti (Italy), Aurora Savelli (Italy), Christine Gunderman (Germany), Jon Hunner (USA), Paul Knevel (Holland), Olwen Purdue (Northern Ireland, UK), Daniel Vivian (USA), Joanna Wojdon (Poland), and Thomas Cauvin (USA/France) participated in the workshop.