Oral history conference/workshop

The Oral History in the Mid-Atlantic Region (OHMAR) 2019 Annual Conference will take place April 18-19, 2019 at Monmouth University. This year's theme is "Access and Inclusion in Oral History." In addition to traditional panel presentations, the conference includes two workshops: Intro to Oral History, aimed at beginners, and another on Podcasting and Oral History.

Call for Applications: To Direct or Participate in a NEH Summer Seminar, Institute, or Landmarks of American History and Culture Workshop

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Type: 
Summer Program
Location: 
United States

Intersections Digital and Public: Emerging Perspectives on Digital Pedagogy, Scholarship, and Audience Engagement

Chair: Tom Scheinfeldt, University of Connecticut, Storrs 
Panelists
• Marc Reyes, University of Connecticut, Storrs
• Emily Esten, Brown University 
• Matthew Reeves, University of Missouri–Kansas City

CFP: 3rd National Conference of the Italian Association of Public History – AIPH – Department of Letters and Cultural Heritage, University of Campania, Santa Maria Capua Vetere, 24–28 June 2019

The Italian Association of Public History (AIPH) announces the 3rd National Public History Conference at the Department of Letters and Cultural Heritage, University of Campania Vanvitelli (Santa Maria Capua Vetere, Caserta) from the 24th to the 28th of June 2019.  The Association’s 2019 plenary meeting will also ta

2019 Summer Institute | Columbia Center for Oral History Research | Oral History from the Margins to the Center: Narrating the Politics of our Times

What do oral historians, journalists, and scholars of contemporary history do when the president of the United States, supported by numerous members of Congress, tells blatant lies and strives to undermine our access to traditionally reliable sources of information and democratic processes? What do oral historians, journalists, and scholars of contemporary history do when scientific knowledge is dismissed as mere opinion?

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