Shepherd University’s George Tyler Moore Center for the Study of the Civil War is pleased to announce that applications are now being accepted for the 2018 graduate student scholarship, the “Dennis E. Frye Visiting Scholar of Civil War Studies,” to attend the 22nd annual Civil War and American Society Seminar.
History Lab, Australia’s first investigative history podcast.
History Lab is about exploring the gaps between us and the past. It invites listeners to participate in the making of history. Examining the legacies the past leaves in the present, it also asks listeners to think about the silences, the unknowns and the unknowables in the stories we tell. History Lab is breathing life into the histories we make and bringing it to new audiences.
The Western History Association is pleased to announce prize and scholarship opportunities for public historians. Please check out the awards below or visit the WHA website for more information!
Autry Public History Prize: $1000 to awarded annually to medial exhibits, public programs, or written works that contribute to a broader public reflection and appreciation of the past or seerve as amodel of professional public history practice in the history of the North American West.
Graduate Students--Scholarship and Fellowship Deadlines are near!
NCPH invites proposals for its 2019 conference in Hartford, Connecticut that explore how public history intersects—sometimes purposefully, sometimes with unintended consequences—with the ongoing task of making and remaking places, communities, and polities.
The National Park Service at Friendship Hill National Historic Site and Fort Necessity National Battlefield, in partnership with Washington & Jefferson College and the National Road Heritage Corridor, seeks proposals for presentations at the National Road Bicentennial Symposium, which is to be held Saturday, October 27, 2018, at Washington & Jefferson College in Washington, Pennsylvania. 2018 marks the bicentennial of the opening of the Eastern Legacy portion of the National (or Cumberland) Road from Cumberland, Maryland, to Wheeling, Virginia (now West Virginia).
The Historical Institute of the University of Wroclaw (Poland), the International Federation for Public History, Jean-Monnet-Network „Applied European Contemporary History“ and Zajezdnia History Centre invites students and PhD candidates to participate in Public History Summer School to be held in Wrocław, 2-5 July 2018.
The Society for History in the Federal Government's quarterly publication The Federalist seeks early-career professionals working on projects related to the history of the U.S. Federal Government, such as interns, graduate fellows, Presidential Management Fellows, or Pathways Program appointees, who are willing to write about their experiences for an ongoing feature "Internships in Federal History."
Public history is often defined as history for the public, by the public, with the public, about the public or in the public sphere. Even though the public is an essential element of public and applied history, theoretical debates on how “the public” is conceptualized are scarce. Theoretical reflections within the field are mostly confined to analyses of how history is being presented in the public sphere or focus on the underlying historical narratives and the “products” generated by public historians.
Wide audiences and the visual arts from 1950 to the present: agencies, politics and discourses
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