Historical Reminiscents EP 25: Conference Season – Networking As An Introvert

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I'm currently at the National Council on Public History annual meeting (yay!) and with conference season ramping up I've been thinking a lot about networking.  In this episode I discuss networking as an introvert, conference survival tips, and small steps to building a strong network.  I also chat about virtual colleagues, asking for help, and … Continue reading Historical Reminiscents EP 25: Conference Season – Networking As An Introvert

NCPH 2018 Excitement and Planning

Next month I'll be heading to Vegas for this year's National Council on Public History conference.   As usual, this conference is shaping up to be the highlight of my academic travel for the year.  If you're on the fence about registration you have until April 4th to complete pre-conference registration. After that date, registration is … Continue reading NCPH 2018 Excitement and Planning

Historical Reminiscents EP 16: Building Moderation Skills

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New podcast episode! In this week's episode I discuss effective moderation techniques and the role of a good moderator.  I try to answer the questions: How do you become a moderator? What does a moderator actually do? What skills do you need to bring to the table as a moderator? Do you have good or … Continue reading Historical Reminiscents EP 16: Building Moderation Skills

Where to Find Me At NCPH

Next week I'll be heading to Indianapolis for this year's National Council on Public History conference. The agenda is filled with great sounding panels, roundtables, and workshops.  I'm really looking forward to connecting with other public history professionals and digging into some public history. I haven't selected which panels I'll be attending during the conference … Continue reading Where to Find Me At NCPH

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

Upcoming Presentations and Conference Travel

I have a busy couple of weeks ahead of me with some personal and work related travel on the horizon.  On the personal side I'll be in Southern Ontario and Buffalo, New York.  As usual while traveling I'll be keeping an eye out for interesting public history initiatives. From October 1-4, 2015 I'll be in … Continue reading Upcoming Presentations and Conference Travel

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

New Directions in Active History: Institutions, Communication, and Technologies

There is less than a week left to submit papers to the New Directions in Active History conference.  The conference will be held October 2-4, 2015 at Huron University College in London, Ontario more details about the conference and the  CFP are below: The term “active history” carries with it a diverse range of meanings. … Continue reading New Directions in Active History: Institutions, Communication, and Technologies

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