President wanted! The call for nominations is now open for the position of President of the IFPH for a 4-year term starting on January 1, 2018 (1/1/2018-31/12/2021). Self-nomination and nominations of individuals by a third party are welcome! Candidates and nominates candidates must be members of the IFPH […].
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PUBLIC HISTORY INTERNATIONAL
is a field in the historical sciences made up of professionals who undertake historical work in a variety of public and private settings for different kinds of audiences worldwide. The settings in which they work may include international and transnational organizations, governments at all levels, as well as local, regional, or national non-profit, corporate, cultural and educational institutions.
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- ISHA Berlin – Common Ground January 12, 2018 Rivka Otten
- Brown v. Board to Ferguson Toolkit January 12, 2018 Ashley Nelson
- Building a Learning Community: Lessons for a Holistic and Sustainable Approach to Transitional Justice December 20, 2017 Ashley Nelson
- Video Series: Transitional Justice in MENA November 27, 2017 Ashley Nelson
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Welcome to #IFPH2018, São Paulo, Brazil, 21-24 August 2018
- The Force of Fiction February 15, 2018 Fink, Nadine
- The Cape Town Holocaust Centre and South Africa February 15, 2018 Siebörger, Rob
- Women, the Powerless Sex? #metoo and Us (2) February 8, 2018 Villa, Paula-Irene
- Nationality – Dead or Alive? February 8, 2018 Rüsen, Jörn
- Virtual Time Travels? Public History and Virtual Reality February 1, 2018 Bunnenberg, Christian
- Industrial heritage as agent of gentrification February 19, 2018 Steven High and Fred Burrill
- Preservation, rehabilitation, and interpretation as agents of transformation along the New York canal system February 14, 2018 Brian Yates
- “The We of Me” in a scrapbook: Exploring Carson McCullers’ sexuality through material culture February 12, 2018 Rebecca Bush
- Teaching Public History to Sophomores February 9, 2018 Evan Faulkenbury
- Over-the-hill canes and ideal bodies: teaching disability history as public history February 7, 2018 Nicole Belolan