NCPH inspires public engagement with the past and serves the needs of practitioners in putting history to work in the world by building community among historians, expanding professional skills and tools, fostering critical reflection on historical practice, and publicly advocating for history and historians.
Latest Issue of The Public Historian
This TPHincludes Robert Weyeneth’s NCPH Presidential Address as well as “In the Shadow of the Butcher,” “Engaging the Contested Memory of the Public Square”, four review essays, and lots of book reviews.
June’s Public History News
Digital Projects Video
2014 Annual Meeting Video
Ask Your Rep to Join the House History Caucus—The National Coalition for History (to which NCPH belongs) has helped Members of Congress create a History Caucus. It’s for members to share their interest in history and to promote awareness.
Best Practices, and Books & Articles
| 2015 NCPH Annual Meeting
April 15-18, Nashville, Tennessee: “History on the Edge”
2014 NCPH Book Award
NCPH’s multi-authored, multi-interest blog
Is your program listed? The Guide now includes more than 150 graduate and nearly 80 undergrad programs.
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