March 27-30, 2019 – Hartford, CT
The 2019 Call for Proposals IS NOW AVAILABLE!
Public historians have long been engaged in acts of repair. We restore and preserve old objects and buildings. We reconstruct fragmentary evidence about the past and reconsider the stories it has been used to tell, including stories about past histories and commemorations themselves. We contribute to economic and civic revitalization efforts. Increasingly, we also align our work with social and environmental projects of reparation, putting ourselves in service of overcoming or resisting the effects of past damage, injustice, and exclusion.
NCPH invites proposals for its 2019 conference in Hartford, Connecticut that explore how public history intersects—sometimes purposefully, sometimes with unintended consequences—with the ongoing task of making and remaking places, communities, and polities.
proposals are due by July 15, 2018.
Please note that this year we have enabled a “Save and Continue” function on our session and workshop proposal forms. This will enable you to begin a proposal and return to it later using the link emailed to you. It should also enable you to send the link to your co-presenters for their feedback and edits before submitting. This is our first time using this feature, so please send an email to [email protected] ASAP if you feel it is not working correctly!
Our topic proposal option is a way for those interested in submitting a proposal for our 2019 conference in Hartford, Connecticut to seek feedback on a preliminary idea or get in touch with possible co-presenters in advance of filling out a complete proposal form. Topic proposals are due June 1, 2018 at 11:59 pm your local time. After that date, submissions will be posted to the Public History Commons here on the NCPH website for feedback.
The Call for Proposals for our 2019 meeting in Hartford, Connecticut is now open! All session proposals are due July 15, 2018 at 11:59 pm your local time. Proposers will be informed of their acceptance by mid-September. Please note that all accepted presenters must submit a non-refundable registration fee for the annual meeting within 6 weeks of their acceptance notification to secure their space on the 2019 Program.
We are now accepting workshop proposals for our 2019 meeting in Hartford, Connecticut! All workshop proposals are due July 15, 2018 at 11:59 pm your local time. Proposers will be informed of their acceptance by mid-September. Please note that all accepted presenters must submit a non-refundable registration fee for the annual meeting within 6 weeks of their acceptance notification to secure their space on the 2019 Program.
Seth Bruggeman, Temple University (co-chair)
Cathy Stanton, Tufts University (co-chair)
Dann Broyld, Central Connecticut State University
Andreas Etges (representing IFPH), Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität Amerika-Institut (LMU Munich)
Blanca Garcia-Barron, University of Texas at el Paso
Steven High, Concordia University
Devin Hunter, University of Illinois, Springfield
Sojin Kim, Smithsonian Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage
Patricia West McKay, Martin Van Buren NHS, NPS/SUNY Albany
Amber Mitchell, National World War II Museum
Tara White, Wallace Community College, Selma
Leah Glaser, Local Arrangements co-chair
Elizabeth Shapiro, Local Arrangements co-chair
LOCAL ARRANGEMENTS COMMITTEE
Leah Glaser, Central Connecticut State University (co-chair)
Elizabeth Shapiro, Connecticut State Historic Preservation Office (co-chair)
McKinley Albert, Camp Courant
Clarissa Ceglio, University of Connecticut
Ilene Frank, Connecticut Historical Society
David Glassberg, University of Massachusetts Amherst
Laurie Lamarre, Connecticut League of History Organizations
Gregg Mangan, Connecticut Humanities
Amanda Goodheart Parks, New England Air Museum
Heather Prescott, Central Connecticut State University
Pieter Roos, Mark Twain House
Fiona Vernal, University of Connecticut
Matt Warshauer, Central Connecticut State University