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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.
- Football Makes History*: Third Transnational Project Meeting in Bucharest May 16, 2019 Alice Modena
- Football Makes History* : Addressing the Inclusion of National Minorities May 16, 2019 Alice Modena
- Historiana: Building Transnational Source Collections April 16, 2019 Catalina Gaete
- Project Support Fund Now Open May 16, 2019 Ashley Nelson
- “It Takes Great Courage to Face the Facts:” On Women’s Activism in the MENA Region March 20, 2019 Ashley Nelson
- Bearing Witness: Women’s Experiences in Detention March 19, 2019 Ashley Nelson
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Welcome to #IFPH2018, São Paulo, Brazil, 21-24 August 2018
- Apologies for History May 16, 2019 Plá, Sebastián
- Who owns the “Trümmerfrauen”? May 9, 2019 Tschiggerl, Martin
- Audio-visual Production and Public History May 2, 2019 Cauvin, Thomas
- Presentism: New Historical Thinking in Russia April 25, 2019 Khodnev, Alexander S.
- Normative Overload: What About Empirical Validity? April 25, 2019 Baumgärtner, Ulrich
- Repair work at the Charlotte Hawkins Brown Museum May 16, 2019 Sonya Laney
- Around the Field May 15, 2019 May 15, 2019 editors
- Project Showcase: “For Comfort and Convenience”: Poverty and Material Culture May 9, 2019 Holly A. Hartlerode
- Connecting Clues on the Trail of a Century-Old Black Women’s Club May 7, 2019 Tiya Miles
- Around the Field May 1, 2019 May 1, 2019 editors