NCPH Supports Visas for Cuban Scholars. NCPH President Robert Weyeneth wrote to U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry in support of facilitating visas for Cuban scholars invited to attend the 31st Congress of the Latin American Studies Association.
Social Media 102. NCPH workshop facilitator Jenn Nelsen has created a resource page of things mentioned during her workshop at the Ottawa conference.
Beginning to Make a DIF. Please help NCPH integrate History@Work, The Public Historian, the Public History Commons, and social media. We’re building an exciting new set of interconnected publications, and we need your tax-deductible gift today!
Consultants Tweetchatting about International Perspectives. Here is the transcript of the NCPH Consultants Committee TweetChat on May 6; in the spirit of the Ottawa annual meeting, the topic was international.
2014 Annual Meeting Call for Proposals. NCPH will meet in Monterey, California next March to talk about “Sustainable Public History.” Don’t miss your chance to get in on the conversations by submitting your session, workshop, or working group proposal by July 15, 2013.
New in The Public Historian. The current issue of the journal includes a roundtable on “Imagining the Digital Future of The Public Historian,” two articles on Public History and State Humanities Councils, and more.
Nominations Sought. Send us your recommendations for NCPH president, board, and nominating committee positions.
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