From around the field this week: NARA seeks public discussion on new Digital Preservation Framework; ASEH offers research fellowship; the Texas Historical Commission to host collections webinar, and Rowman & Littlefield releases a variety of titles. Read More
These past few months, I have had the pleasure of interning at the National Council on Public History (NCPH), largely working on research for the organization’s upcoming 40th anniversary in 2020. I’ve been helping to think through NCPH’s strategy for commemorating the anniversary, and also digging into the organization’s history. Read More
Editor’s note: this is the second in a two-part series based on a conversation between our Digital Media Editor, Nicole Belolan, and Jessica Martucci, a researcher at the Science History Institute in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
NB: How do you think this project defines or redefines disability, and who does the defining?Read More
The medium of podcasting is two decades old, but this digital form of storytelling still seems full of untapped potential for public history practitioners. Sensing this opportunity, our professional organizations have created spaces for training, critique, and reflection on all things podcast-related.Read More
Editor’s note: this is the first in a two-part series based on a conversation between our Digital Media Editor, Nicole Belolan, and Jessica Martucci, a researcher at the Science History Institute in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
From around the field this week: AASLH and NCPH launch The Inclusive Historian’s Handbook; International Federation for Public History accepting proposals for 2020 conference; National History Day to host live webinar; The National Humanities Alliance launches Publishing and Publicly Engaged Scholarship.Read More
There’s a saying I’m fond of for its nudge to face life with boldness: “Leap, and the net will appear.” It’s an especially relevant credo for those thinking about graduate school and a second career at an older age.
Second-career concerns were not top of mind for me until recently.Read More
From around the field this week: NCPH and SHFG to host a joint networking event; applications for 2020 Fitch Fellowship for historic preservation open; Canadian Historical Association accepting proposals for 2020 conference; AASLH releases schedule of Fall education events; The New Press to release new edition of Lies Across America. Read More
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