Category: Conference

Program of the 3rd Annual IFPH Conference, University of Los Andes, Bogotà, Colombia

This is the draft Program for the Third International Public History Conference, July 7-9 2016, organised by the International Federation for Public History (IFPH) together with the Universidad de los Andes- Bogotá /Colombia. The final program will be soon available on the official web site of the conference at the University of Los Andes here: ifph2016.uniandes.edu.co where you’ll find all other information. For any kind of queries, please do use the following email: ifph2016@uniandes.edu.co

Registration & Information – 3rd International Federation for Public History Annual Conference (IFPH-FIHP) – Universidad de Los Andes, Bogotà, Colombia, July 7-8-9 2016

Dear Conference Participants,

As our Conference in Bogotá comes closer, we have some important announcements to make: Registration reminder: Please remember that our early-bird registration deadline is May 1. We are asking that you register by that date so that we can draft a conference program (we hope to have it by mid May). If you register after May 1, costs will be slightly higher and we cannot guarantee that your name will appear on the program. Registration prices before and after May 1 are as follows:

Unconventional History? Anita Lucchesi, Poster Session, IFPH-NCPH, #NCPH2013, Ottawa, Canada

Call for Posters – IFPH-FIHP, 3rd International Public History Conference, July 7-8-9, 2016, Universidad de los Andes- Bogotá /Colombia

The poster session will be held at Universidad de los Andes as part of the third international public history conference, #IFPH2016.

Posters offer an alternative for presenters eager to share their public history projects using visual and material evidence.IFPH-Bogota-website

Deadline for all proposals is January 25th, 2016.
Please send your proposal to the following email: ifph2016@uniandes.edu.co

Call for Papers for 3rd Annual Conference, Bogotá, Colombia, July 7-8-9, 2016 extended to November 15

IFPH-FIPH 3rd Annual Conference, Bogotá, Colombia, July 7-8-9, 2016 Call for Papers for #IFPH2016 **Deadline for Proposals extended to November 15, 2015** Conference Website: https://ifph2016.uniandes.edu.co   History is a...

IFPH Activities in Jinan, China, during the XXII International Congress of Historical Science

We can now share with you the final Programme of Activities for the XXII International Congress of Historical Sciences organized by the International Committee for Historical Sciences – Comité international des sciences...

Public History International. Beyond school? Comparative Perspectives, a Conference in Basel, October 2 – 3, 2015

Public History International. Beyond school? Comparative Perspectives (#phi2015) aims to explore and understand the ambiguous relationship between public history and history teaching from a variety of perspectives in a comparative way. In addition, the core authors of the Public History Weekly journal from all over the world will gather in Basel to introduce themselves in person to their readers.

Think outside the building - San Francisco

“Public History and the Media”, workshop in Florence, February 11-12-13, 2015

In recent decades, public enthusiasm for history and popular engagement with the past has grown dramatically. The popularity of history is manifested most visibly in the proliferation of television documentaries and historical dramas but it is also discernible in the rebirth of the historical novel, the organization of large-scale commemorations of historical anniversaries, the development of new historical museums and exhibitions, re-enactments and living history activities and the emergence of public history as a separate field of academic study. Digitization has also brought history and historical research to the broader public in hitherto unconceivable ways. Yet, for the most part, and with some notable exceptions, academic historians have remained extraneous to these developments, and their relationship to the public is different from that of public historians.