Bridging: Voices from the International Federation for Public History
- What do we post?
Posts should be relevant to issues arising in the field of public history in some way, and written to be accessible to a general audience.
- Who can submit?
All members of the IFPH can propose a post. If you’d like to become a member, click here.
We accept posts in English, French, Spanish, German, Italian, and Portuguese. If you would like to post in another language, please contact us before submitting.
Posts should be no more that 700 words.
Please provide a title with your proposed post. Keep it at 50 characters or less.
A maximum of two (2) photos are welcome if they are in the public domain, or the post author holds the copyright, or has obtained permission to publish them online (evidence of which must be supplied with submission). A caption should be included with the draft of the post, along with a note about the source.
We generally prefer hyperlinks to external sources where possible, and simple endnotes (maximum 4-5) for non-digital sources.
- Author biographies
Each author should supply a two sentence bio with their submission. If you would like us to link your email or website to the post, please let us know.
Send your proposals to firstname.lastname@example.org.