Baltimore Museum of Art

During my last day in Baltimore I took the Charm City Circulator to the Baltimore Museum of Art (BMA).  The effort of looking up a free bus service and dragging myself outside on a raining day was definitely worth it.  The BMA is free and is well known for its contemporary art collection.  It was … Continue reading Baltimore Museum of Art

The Walters Art Museum

The Walters Art Museum in Balitmore was a short walk from the NCPH conference hotel and was free, so I made an effort to take a walk over there one evening.  The building itself is architecturally beautiful and the museum is well know for it's collection of European artwork.  The material on display during my … Continue reading The Walters Art Museum

NCPH recap: Day Four, March 19

I’m recapping my NCPH 2016 experience.  I’ve already written about the first three days of the conference and some of the great workshops and sessions from those days.  The final day of NCPH included a great keynote address and the bittersweet nature of a conference winding down. Awards Breakfast and Presidential Address The awards ceremony … Continue reading NCPH recap: Day Four, March 19

NCPH recap: Day Three, March 18

I'm recapping my NCPH 2016 experience.  I've already written about the first two days of the conference and some of the great workshops and sessions from those days.  I presented on day three and also had the chance to attend some great sessions and the inspiring public plenary. Transformative Archival Methods: Inclusivity, Partnerships, Human Rights, … Continue reading NCPH recap: Day Three, March 18

NCPH Recap: Day One, March 16

Another year, another NCPH conference down.  This is by far my favourite conference.  It brings together so many diverse perspectives, there is a welcoming sense of community, and the sessions are always dynamic and engaging.  I had a fantastic time in Baltimore at NCPH 2016 and over the next week or so I will be … Continue reading NCPH Recap: Day One, March 16

NCPH 2016 Plans

The National Council on Public History (NCPH) conference for this year is almost here.  Next week I'll be heading to Baltimore, MD for NCPH 2016.  It looks like it's going to be a great conference with a wide range of panels, walking tours, workshops, and other events.  The full conference program is available on the … Continue reading NCPH 2016 Plans

2016 NCPH/SHFG Joint Conference Topic Proposals

Last year the National Council on Public History introduced the idea of topic proposals for its annual meetings.  Topic Proposals allow individuals interested in submitting sessions to the conference to receive feedback on their ideas, recruit other panelists, and further develop their ideas with community input, prior to submitting their final proposals to the conference … Continue reading 2016 NCPH/SHFG Joint Conference Topic Proposals

Ongoing Challenges: Paper Writing and Committee Work

During the month of December I am participating in #reverb14 as a means of getting my writing habits back on track. I will be altering the prompts as needed to fit within the scope of this blog. Prompt: Challenges.  What did you wrestle with in 2014?  What did you learn?  What challenges do you foresee in 2015? This … Continue reading Ongoing Challenges: Paper Writing and Committee Work