The NCPH Election has opened and members received an email (Nov. 17) containing a link to the online ballot. Let us know (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you didn’t. Candidate bios are here.
Co-organize a public history event in your area with NCPH.
September’s Public History News
The latest issue of the NCPH quarterly newsletter features a spotlight on historic house museums, an advocacy roundup, a few words from our president on international cooperation in the field, and more.
NCPH Channel on Vimeo!
Thanks to the Institute of Oral History at the University of Texas at El Paso, NCPH now has its own channel on Vimeo. Check out our videos on Digital Projects, the Monterey Conference, Speed Networking, and our home for Consulting Historians!
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
Valuable suggestions for internship, MA, certificate, and undergraduate programs in public history, as well as annotated bibliographies of books and articles.
Visit a section of the NCPH blog for consulting and contract historians.
|2015 NCPH Annual Meeting April 15-18, Nashville, Tennessee: “History on the Edge”
NCPH’s multi-authored, multi-interest blog
Is your program listed? The Guide now includes more than 160 graduate and nearly 80 undergrad programs.
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NCPH is a leading member of the National Coalition for History, a nonprofit for history-related advocacy.
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