NCPH 2023
Atlanta, Georgia
April 12-15, 2023

to be determined.

Welcome to the main page for NCPH 2023. Registration is now open via, and the final Program is available for your perusal at  Scroll and use the sidebar at right to find information about the conference as it is added.

Curious about virtual options? With a full-time staff of three, NCPH doesn’t have the capacity to do a simultaneous or hybrid in-person/virtual conference. However, we’re committed to continuing to offer virtual options. To Be Continued, our virtual follow-up conference, is scheduled for October 4-6, 2023.

Calls for Proposals

All calls for proposals for NCPH2023 in Atlanta are now closed.

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Support the Conference

WAYS TO support ncph 2023


an event, feature, or promotional item


at a booth in our exhibit hall at the Hyatt Regency Downtown in Atlanta, Georgia


in our digital and print Program

Check out the NCPH 2023 Marketing Guide!

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General registration is open to all as of December 14, 2022 via!  The below rates are for the in-person conference in Atlanta from April 12-15; virtual rates will be posted for the follow-up virtual 2023 conference when more details are decided.

Early Bird
(after 3/29/23 )
NCPH Member $185 $225 $250
Nonmember $235 $285 $299
Student $108 $135 $150
Un-/Under-Employed, Community Participant, or Public History Adjacent $108 $135 $150
One Day $120 $140 $160
Guest* $40 $40 $44


Got a question about the registration process or the conference that aren’t answered here? Check out our FAQs!

FAQ: General Registration
FAQ: First Time Attendees 

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Hotel and COVID Info

All conference activities and sessions (unless otherwise noted in the Program) will be held at the Hyatt Regency Atlanta.

Our group room rate is $201 per night. Book using this link: 

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Virtual NCPH 2023: “To Be Continued.”

“To Be Continued.”

We know that some of you will not be able to join us in Atlanta this April for a variety of reasons, all of which are valid. Conferences–or at least the NCPH conference–have changed for good, and virtual conferences aren’t going anywhere. While we don’t have the staff capacity to conduct a hybrid conference (with in-person and virtual content happening simultaneously), we are planning a follow-up virtual conference for October 4-6, 2023.

We’re thinking of it as “To Be Continued:” an opportunity to check in with folks who came to Atlanta and pick up on vital conversations we had there, and bring public historians who couldn’t make the in-person trip into the fold. There will be some brand new content best-suited to virtual spaces, and some follow-up sessions based around key themes that emerged at the in-person event. We know this is a bit loosey-goosey right now, but in keeping with the “To Be Determined” theme of the in-person conference, we want to be adaptable and nimble enough to address the field’s most important issues and responsive to the needs of attendees.

propose a session

The Call for Virtual Proposals is now open through May 1, 2023! You can propose a session, workshop, or event for Virtual NCPH 2023 (or next year’s Virtual NCPH-OAH 2024) via the form at Questions? Email Program Manager Meghan Hillman at [email protected].

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Program and Local Arrangements Committees

2023 Program chairs

Marla Miller, University of Massachusetts Amherst 
Tara White,  University of North Carolina at Wilmington
Lacey Wilson, Albany Institute of History and Art 

2023 local arrangements chairs

Jennifer Dickey, Kennesaw State University 
Amy Wilson, Independent Consultant


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