This is the complete list of Posters that have been accepted for the poster session during the 4th IFPH annual conference #IFPH2017 in Ravenna, Italy. The session will take place on Thursday June 8 in the afternoon from 2.30 p.m. to 4.30 p.m. and will be followed by the IFPH annual meeting.
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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.
- Call for Proposals: The Conference of the Americas on International Education November 25, 2020 Anna Ivanova
- New Contested Histories research collaboration sparks a call for more November 24, 2020 Grace Sahota
- Call for applications: the Georg Arnhold Senior Fellow 2022 November 24, 2020 Alicia Rijlaarsdam
- Sites of Conscience and Democracy November 6, 2020 Ashley Nelson
- Indigenous Perspectives on Art, History, Landscape and Memorialization – Complimentary Consultations August 24, 2020 Ashley Nelson
- TIME Magazine: Confederate Monuments and Other Disputed Memorials Have Come Down in Cities Across America July 29, 2020 Ashley Nelson
What is Public History for You?
- Work in Progress. An Interim Editorial November 9, 2020 Demantowsky, Marko
- Kant – a Racist? August 21, 2020 Zorn, Daniel-Pascal
- Once the Statues are out of Sight? July 23, 2020 Stegers, Steven
- The Future of Objects—The Future of Academic Exchange? July 16, 2020 de Jong, Steffi
- Fighting Truth with Facts July 9, 2020 Tschiggerl, Martin
- Reflections on the Mall November 26, 2020 Taylor Noakes
- Roads Not Taken: record-making in historical perspective November 24, 2020 Alea Henle
- Ride or Die: the “Oregon Trail Live” Q&A November 19, 2020 John R. Legg
- Editor’s Corner: Burdens Borne, and Raised November 18, 2020 James F. Brooks
- Experiencing the pivot: building a virtual internship program (Part III) November 12, 2020 Adina Langer