Beyond Boundaries: Diversity, Identity, and Public History
The National Council on Public History invites proposals for a Poster Session at its 2003 Annual Meeting, April 23-27 in Houston, Texas. The Poster Session is an informal format for presentations on research and programming projects that use visual evidence. Presenters may demonstrate and discuss Web sites or other computer applications for public history projects; mount table-sized exhibits of research and interpretation; or share images, audiovisual materials and handouts from successful public programs.
The Poster Session will be held at a central location in the conference hotel and will be scheduled for one hour between conference sessions. Participants will set up their "posters" before the session and discuss their projects informally with conference attendees. NCPH will provide tables, mounting boards, and electrical connections. Some audio visual equipment will be available, but participants must provide their own computers.
Please submit a one-page proposal that summarizes the project and explains why it is appropriate for this format. Briefly describe the method of presentation. Please include a title for the presentation and a short CV for all participants.
Send two copies before January 15, 2003 to the address provided below.
263 North Gorham Rd.
Gorham, ME. 04038
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