EXPLORERS of the International Federation for Public History is an ongoing space devoted to informing and promoting activities and international debates between historians and other professionals researching or interested in public history. Our main goal is to encourage conversation and collaboration between scholars, activists, artists, and the public.
We do monthly recorded events and are always looking for new presenters! For additional details please email: email@example.com
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- November 15, 2023, Aguafuertes Patagónicas: Entrevistas históricas con un enfoque de agenda situada
October 20, 2023, Sitios que cuentan historias. Una conversación sobre Historia Pública e Historia Urbana.
- October 11, 2023, El vuelo de El Mochuelo. Museo Itinerante de la Memoria y la Identidad de los Montes de María.
- September 27, 2023, Explorers Luxembourg 2024: Tanya Evans, President of the IFPH, and Thomas Cauvin, former President of the IFPH talking about the upcoming 7th World Conference of the IFPH in Luxembourg next year.
- September 20. 2023, Public History and Digital Humanities in Action: A Conversation with the Institute for Thomas Paine Studies, Iona University
- September 13, 2023, New Research Horizons: Artificial Intelligence, Archives, and History
- July 26, 2023, Show don´t tell: The New Storytelling Paradigm for Public History Practice
- July 5, 2023, Historia pública y turismo en Jujuy, Argentina: Una experiencia podcast
- June 28, 2023, (The Former) Yugoslavia as al Laboratory of Public History
- June 7, 2023, Conversación con editores y autores de Comunidades digitales, museos e historia pública: Experiencias en torno a América Latina
- May 28, 2023, Interview with Explorers Interns 2023
- May 12-13, 2023, The Histories at Risk Network, the International Federation for Public History – #ifphexplorers, and the Arts and Humanities Research Council held an online workshop.
Saturday 13 May, 2023, TOPHI, The Ownership of Public History in India, What is Public History in Japan now?
- April 19, 2023, Get to Know The Network of Venezuelan Digital History Foundation and its Creators
- March 22, 2023, Crímenes en contra del derecho internacional durante el franquismo
- March 15, 2023: La Tagua: recurso sostenible en artesanía. Conversación con Juan Cesar Bonilla y Julia Patricia Vergara
- Feb 15, 2023: Amor sin Temor-Love Without Fear: Planning and Counselling Latinx Families in the Postwar United States
- Feb 1, 2023: A conversation with Thomas Cauvin about his book, Public History: A Textbook of Practice (2nd Edition.)
- Feb 1, 2023: ChatGPT, A.I., & History: A Roundtable Discussion
Catch up on our past 2020, 2021, and 2022 events on our Vimeo Channel.