This is a page for materials generated during the 2015 Annual Meeting in Nashville.
If you’d like to contribute notes, links, or other items, email us at [email protected]
- The conference hashtag was #ncph2015. Here it is on Twitter; here on Facebook.
- Here’s a post-conference Wordle by Linda Barnickel.
- “History Communicators” – Storified tweets by Jason Steinhauer (S12); session proposal; pre-conference blog post
- “Traces: Making the Invisible Past Visible” – post-conference blog post and collected tweets by Linda Barnickel
- “Hardball History: Public Historians on the Edge of Politics, Advocacy, and Activism” (S27) – Storified tweets by Cathy Stanton; pre-conference blog posts by panelists
- “Historic Sites, Racialized Geographies, and the Responsibilities of Public Historians” (S33) – Storified tweets by Cathy Stanton
- “More Than a Job: Challenges in Developing & Maintaining a Public History Career” (S37) – Storified tweets by Abby Gautreau
- “Defining Success” (S39) – post-conference blog post by Benjamin Filene, Kathy Franz, and Marla Miller
- “View of a Segregated South: Community Historians Document, Teach, & Preserve Racially Sensitive Stories” (S48) – Storified tweets by Abby Gautreau
- “Making Space for Activists: Public History in the Age of Ferguson” (S57) – Storified tweets by Abby Gautreau
- “Public History as Digital History as Public History” (WG2) – Notes by Chris Cantwell; pre-conference blog posts by participants are on the same Tumblr
- “Beyond the Administrative History” (WG4): Report by Angela Sirna
- “Free, Separate, Uncertain: Can Public History Play?” (WG5) – Storified tweets and Zotero resource list from Mary Rizzo; a reflection on Josh Howard’s blog, primarily about this session
- “Public History on the Edge of Nowhere” (WG7): Blog post by Shae Adams
- a pre-conference blog post by Susan Ferentinos