Writing locally, thinking globally

globe puzzleIt is welcome news to hear about all the many ways that NCPH and the field of public history are internationalizing these days.

Our annual meeting in Ottawa this spring has a program rich with participants from Europe, Asia, and the Pacific.  The meeting also marks the inaugural conference of the International Federation for Public History, which NCPH as an organization – and many of our members individually –  have been actively supporting from its inception.

Much of the brainstorming about the future of The Public Historian has also been focusing on how to incorporate more international content, building on the good foundation the journal has constructed in recent years. Continue reading