NCPH 2025
Montréal, Québec, Canada
March 26-29, 2025
le centre sheraton

Welcome to the main page for NCPH 2025! NCPH is heading to marvelous Montréal, Quebec, Canada, March 26-29, 2025. The CFP is now open and will close July 15, 2024 at 11:59 pm your local time.

As befits our host city, NCPH 2025 will be a bilingual conference with session content in English and French (with simultaneous translation). We will be accepting proposals in French for a track of French-speaking sessions.



Solidarity (from the French solidarité) is a word for shared responsibilities and mutual obligations. It conveys a sense of interconnectedness with our world and interdependence upon each other. Long present in France’s code civile, to be in solidarity is to assume shared debts and claim shared successes, so that when we rise, we rise together.

The 2025 NCPH Annual Meeting will center around the theme Solidarity. Pondering the question—What does Solidarity mean in the field of public history?—leads us to consider what we collectively value in the field and how we progress together as public history workers. Amplifying voices, building connections, unifying our audiences, advocating for and revealing authentic histories, fostering and promoting safe spaces, and mirroring these values internally within our organizations are a few examples of how we realize Solidarity across the field.

Please click through to read the full CFP and learn how to submit your proposal by July 15, 2024. 

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Hotel and Travel Information

Our host hotel for NCPH 2025 is Le Centre Sheraton Montréal (a Marriott property). The property is a four-star hotel and has just completed a full renovation during the COVID-19 shut-down. 

The following rates will apply to rooms in the NCPH block (exchange rate is estimated):

Room Type Confirmed Canadian Rates Estimated US Rates
Single    $229.00      $183.25
Double    $229.00     $183.25
Student Rate    $210.00     $168.04


Room rates are available three days prior to and three days following the dates of the room block. Reservations must be received on or before the cut-off date of March 5, 2025. The link will be available to book your room in Summer 2024.

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Program and Local Arrangements Committees

Program Committee Co-Chairs

Krista McCracken, Algoma University Canada
Kimberly Springle, Charles Sumner School Museum and Archives
Sierra Van Ryck de Groot, Museum Hue

local arrangements Committee Co-Chairs

Catherine Charlebois, MEM – Centre de Mémoires Montréalaises
Steven High, Concordia University
Lucie Morisset, Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM)

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