Wednesday, 30 May 2012
National Council on Public History Conference, call for proposals
From April 17 – 20, 2013, the National Council on Public History will meet at the Delta Ottawa City Centre, in the heart of downtown Ottawa, Canada for the National Council on Public History Conference. The program committee invites panel, roundtable, workshop, working groups and individual paper proposals for the conference. The theme is ‘Knowing your Public –The Significance of Audiences in Public hHstory’. Submissions are welcome from all areas of the field, including teaching, museums, archives, heritage management, tourism, consulting, litigation-based research and public service. Proposals may address any area of public history especially submissions which relate to the theme. Sessions are 1.5 hours (working groups may be longer); significant time for audience discussion should be included in every session. Please visit the National Council on Public History website at www.ncph.org for details about submitting your proposal.
The deadline to submit your proposal is July 15, 2012.
All questions and inquiries can be directed to;
Michelle A. Hamilton
Director of Public History
The University of Western Ontario and Northern Development Canada