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news-wordcloudThe Public History Commons is a place to find news of potential interest to public historians.  We post approximately one group of announcements here each week, largely taking over the function of the National Council on Public History’s long-running listserv, H-Public.  These items, along with additional NCPH-specific news, can also be found in the weekly Public History News Update which is distributed via email to NCPH members.  To submit an item for possible inclusion in these venues, send us an email (news[at]publichistorycommons.org).

News Editors:  Debbie Doyle, Cathy Stanton

Professional opportunities June 30, 2015

To submit an item for the News Feed, send an email to: news[at]publichistorycommons.org ANNCT: HistoriCorps seeks volunteers for summer sessions working on restoration of slave quarters at Clermont Farm Slave Quarters, Berryville, Virginia, U.S. CFP: “What does heritage change?” Association … Continue reading

Professional opportunities June 23, 2015

To submit an item for the News Feed, send an email to: news[at]publichistorycommons.org CFP: “Emerging Trends,” conference of ICOM International Committee of Marketing and Public Relations – Oct. 24-28, 2015, Yerevan, Armenia EXTENDED DEADLINE: June 30, 2015 CFP: “Environmental History … Continue reading

Professional opportunities June 17, 2015

To submit an item for the News Feed, send an email to: news[at]publichistorycommons.org AWARD: Mountain-Plains Museums Association (western US) offers awards for individuals and institutionsDEADLINE: June 22, 2015 CFP: Open Source Software and Tools for the Library and Archive – … Continue reading

Professional opportunities June 9, 2015

To submit an item for the News Feed, send an email to: news[at]publichistorycommons.org CFP: Topic Proposals for the 2016 National Council on Public History/Society for History in the Federal Government conference are now posted in the Public History Commons. Share … Continue reading

Professional opportunities June 2, 2015

To submit an item for the News Feed, send an email to: news[at]publichistorycommons.org ANNCT: Conversation about U.S. presidential libraries and legacies with Anthony Clark, author of “The Last Campaign: How Presidents Rewrite History, Run for Posterity, and Enshrine Their Legacies” … Continue reading

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