Around the Field, February 14, 2017

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Around the Field

Below are this week's listings of professional opportunities in public history.  For links to full details, visit the NCPH blog, History @ Work:

http://ncph.org/history-at-work/around-the-field-feb-14-2017/

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See this week’s listing of upcoming events and deadlines at http://ncph.org/history-at-work/around-the-field-feb-14-2017/. To submit an item to this weekly listing, email us at historyatwork@ncph.org

ANNOUNCEMENTS

US National Park Service names Dr. Turkiya L. Lowe as Chief Historian

CONFERENCES and CALLS

“Seeking Justice: Holocaust History and the Archives of the International Tracing Service” panel presentation – Feb 22, 2017, Jerusalem, Israel
 

“Moving memories: Oral history in a global world,” Oral History Australia Biennial Conference – Sept 13-16, 2017, Sydney, Australia
 

“Gender, the State, and the 1977 International Women’s Year Conference” – June 12-18, 2017, Houston, Texas, US
 

“Restorying Canada – Reconsidering Religion and Public Memory” – May 18-20, 2017, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
 

“Museums, Democracy and Human Rights: Challenges and dilemmas in storytelling,” Federation of International Human Rights Museums – Nov 28-30, 2017, Rosario, Argentina
 

Hoosier Women at Work 2017 Conference: Science, Technology, and Medicine – April 1, 2017, Indianapolis, Indiana, US
 

Institute for Cultural Entrepreneurship (ICE) – July 9-13, 2017, Kansas City, Missouri, US

LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES

San Gemini Preservation Studies Program 2017 summer field school – May 29-June 23 or July 10-Aug 4 (Italy and Greece)
 

“Connecting (to) Histories: Engaging with the Urban Pasts and Displaying Jewish Heritage,” summer field school – July 10-Aug 4, 2017, Lviv, Ukraine

PUBLICATIONS

The Museum Blog Book – new publication from MuseumsEtc.

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Categories: Around the Field
Keywords: CFP, Education