This is a page for materials generated during and after the 2017 Annual Meeting in Indianapolis.
If you would like to contribute notes, storifiys, blogposts, photos, or other items, email us at [email protected]
- The conference hashtag was #ncph2017. Here it is on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.
- Check out our photos from the week at http://bit.ly/2qcoE5P. (Thank you to all the volunteers who photographed throughout the conference!)
- S2. Campus Historians in the Middle: Navigating Controversial and Contested Campus Histories — Notes from 2016 working group and Storify from 2016 Working Group updated after S2. in 2017 by Monica L. Mercado
- S5. Doing Prison Public History: Example and Challenges — Storified by Julie Peterson
- S7. Historians Under Pressure: Self-censorship and Worse in a Time of Change — Storified by Marla Miller
- S16. Public History 101: Teaching Public History when Undergrads Are the Audience Storified— by Abby Gautreau
- S17. Teaching and Learning for Cultural Competency in the Profession — Storified by Amber Mitchell
- S28. Race, Heritage, and Community Memory in Circle City — Storified by Abby Gautreau
– Corresponding blog mentioned in the discussion https://invisibleindianapolis.wordpress.com/
- S56. Tellling Histories of Radicalism in Less-Than Radical Places — Storified by Monica L. Mercado
- WG1. Meeting in the Middle: Community Engagement in a Digital World Discussion questions and notes— by Ash Braunecker and Angelica Bullock
- WG4. Establishing History Communication as its Own Field of Study — Storified by Marla Miller
- “Meeting in the Middle: A Report on the 2017 Meeting of the National Council on Public History” — post meeting recap by Emily Esten on The Way of Improvement Leads Home.
- “Institutional Authority and the Value of History in a Time of Uncertainty” — post meeting reflection by Nick Sacco.
- “Reflecting on NCPH2017” — post meeting reflection by Andrew McGregor
- “Reflections on NCPH2017” — post meeting reflections from UMass Public History Students
- Reflection on Indiana Historical Society’s History Lab (Opening Reception) —blog post by Hannah Hethmon
- W4. THATCamp — Notes and resources
- W8. Strategize Me! Personal Career Planning for Mid-Career Professionals — PPT presentation and handout from Anne Ackerson and Marianne Bez.
- Radical Roots Mini-Symposium — Storified by Abby Gautreau
– Collaborative group notes from Radical Roots at bit.ly/RadicalRoots