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NCPH advances the field of public history, promoting professionalism among history practitioners and encouraging historians' engagement with the public.
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Today's the day! Submit your proposals for Pop-Ups and Dine Arounds by 11:59 pm tonight your local time. Learn more and submit via .
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NCPH Jan 18
ICYMI: We've extended the deadline on our Call for Pop-Ups for to Monday, January 20. If you needed a couple of extra days to pull your proposal together, there's still time!
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NCPH Jan 18
Museums need new models for exhibiting indigenous art. Yale starts by thanking the objects
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NCPH Jan 18
National Archives exhibit blurs images critical of President Trump
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NCPH Jan 17
George Lucas' New Museum Acquires Major Archive of African American Film History
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aleiabrown Jan 17
I’m instructing a course on digital curation and Black women’s , alongside some incredible DHers. What a dream! Register here
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Whiting Foundation Jan 17
"More than a historical source, Chicory also upends conceptualizations of the traditional poetry canon." Whiting Public Engagement Seed Grantee writes about the Chicory Revitalization Project for :
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NCPH Jan 17
Bill would allow review boards to censor books, fine or imprison librarians who violate the law
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NCPH Jan 16
One year later, EJI plans new sites after launching memorial to lynching victims
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NCPH Jan 16
Carnegie Library book thieves plead guilty for stealing $8 million worth of items
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Priya Chhaya Jan 15
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Speaking Culturally Jan 15
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NCPH Jan 15
“Equality, freedom, challenging confinement, critiquing the justice system, emphasizing the importance of intersectionality — Angela Davis was always way ahead of the curve,” said Hinton.
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Krista Mccracken Jan 14
Museum, Archives, and Public History folks - are you working on something innovative at your workplace? We'd love to hear about it. Send me a DM if you have questions.
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Sarah Marsom Jan 14
The Milwaukee Preservation Alliance is hiring an Executive Director. MPA has done incredible work with volunteers and you can help take them to the next level as their ED. Please share!
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OHA Jan 14
Hey! Don't forget that the paper portal for closes in 3 weeks (Feb. 3, 2020)! Find the call for papers here: , , , , , , , , ,
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NCPH Jan 14
How is history a tool for conservation? Read about 's experience working on a general technical report about a high elevation rangeland in Northern Colorado on our blog, History@Work!
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NEH Education Jan 13
Application materials for the Summer Seminars & Institutes program for 2020 are available. Learn more by following the links below. Drafts (optional) due 2/12 & final apps due 3/3. K12: Higher Ed:
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🧙🏻‍♀️🖤Dr. Katie Clary💀🏛 Jan 13
Anyone teaching out there and using twitter for their class ( ?) We will be using the Hashtag in my class this semester, so please follow along and engage with my graduate students to show them how great Twitter can be for our field!
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IUPUI Public History Jan 13
Full scholarships available to attend the Civil War Institute at Gettysburg College () Summer conference, June 12-17. Great opportunity for graduate students to learn and discuss Civil War history, interpretation, and memory. Apply by Feb 15!
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