The Middle: Where did we come from? where are we going?
April 19-22, 2017
Check out the 2017 errata sheet for additions and changes to the onsite Program!
2017 Annual Meeting Program Available at http://bit.ly/ncph2017program
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The 2017 annual meeting will be held at the Westin Indianapolis. The NCPH room rate is $169/night for a single or double room. Reservations must be made by Wednesday, March 29, 2017. To reserve a room, call 888-627-8414 and request a room in the National Council on Public History Block.View Details
“Making LGBTQ History American History: A Public Conversation on Stonewall and Beyond,” Joshua Laird, Commissioner of the National Parks of New York, and Beth L. Savage, Center for Historic Buildings and Federal Preservation Officer, US General Services Administration
Awards Breakfast Keynote Address:
“Telling Our Story: Using History and Culture to Build Community,” Devon Akmon, Arab American National MuseumView Details
NCPH Annual Meeting event sponsorship provides an excellent platform to promote your organization, institution, press, program, or company and demonstrates to conference attendees your commitment to the field of public history. Information about purchasing exhibit space and advertisements in the Program is available in our 2017 Marketing Opportunities brochure.View Details
We are looking for both mentors and mentees for the 2017 conference in Indianapolis, Indiana, April 19-22.View Details
Looking for a low-key, low-cost way to experience Indianapolis’s restaurant scene? Participate in one of our Dine Arounds or our Out to Lunch programs!View Details
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Is this your first conference?
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What’s an Annual Meeting “working group”?
NCPH working groups are seminar-like conversations of 8-10 people before and during the annual conference that explore, in-depth, a subject of shared concern. Working groups have a purpose they are working toward, a problem they are actively trying to solve. The working group proposal must articulate this as well as an end product(s) that the group seeks to create.View Details