The program presented below is still a provisional one. It will still change before being able to publish a definitive program which will take care also of the 49 panels selected by the AIPH, the Italian Association for Public History born in 2016 as first national branche associated to the International Federation for Public History.
Le blog de la Fédération internationale pour l'histoire publique (FIHP) informe sur les activités de la IFPH-FIHP et promeut les débats internationaux entre historiens publics
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.
- Chronas History Application: Let’s travel in time together February 19, 2019 Catalina Gaete
- EUROCLIO Annual Conference 2019: warming up! February 14, 2019 Catalina Gaete
- Third L2D Seminar Focuses on Teaching Strategies and Assessment February 14, 2019 Jaco Stoop
- Day of Action: International Women’s Day March 7, 2019 Ashley Nelson
- Conscience Matters: A Monthly Webinar Series on Activating the Past January 14, 2019 Ashley Nelson
- Women of Conscience December 20, 2018 Ashley Nelson
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Welcome to #IFPH2018, São Paulo, Brazil, 21-24 August 2018
- Restitution and Historical Judgment March 14, 2019 Sandkühler, Thomas
- Public History and Board Games March 14, 2019 Wojdon, Joanna
- The End of Man? March 7, 2019 Rüsen, Jörn
- “Reconquest” – Historical Narrative or Xenophobic View? February 28, 2019 Carretero, Mario
- Trabzon (NATO) Radar Airbase as a Cold War Location February 28, 2019 Demircioğlu, İsmail
- How I learned to love the bicycle: Reflections on Pope and Twain from a nutmegger abroad March 18, 2019 Rebecca Furer
- Evidence of things not seen March 15, 2019 Priya Chhaya
- Interview with Wes Johnson, Part I: April 17, 2015 March 14, 2019 Philip V. Scarpino
- Competing histories or hidden transcripts? The sources we use March 13, 2019 David Rotenstein
- Finding new value in Hartford’s voter registration records March 12, 2019 Nancy Finlay