ASEH and NCPH Program

12 03 2010

Follow the conference via twitter @pc_presnation….

Kasi Piccard-Krone reports on the pre-conference Environmental History Forum on Wednesday:

http://ncph2010.blogspot.com/2010/03/pre-conference-environmental-history.html

Cross-postings from blogs by three conference attendees give a sense of some of what’s been going on so far today:

Priya Chaya of “Preservation Nation” and “This is What Comes Next”

muses on where the green movement and environmental history intersect (or not) with the public:

http://ncph2010.blogspot.com/2010/03/currents-of-change-thinking-about.html

Tom Scheinfeldt of “Found History” gives a useful overview of how digital humanities are represented at the conference:

http://ncph2010.blogspot.com/2010/03/digital-humanities-at-ncph.html

Cathy Stanton of “History on Wheels” reports on a session focusing on cars and the environment:

http://ncph2010.blogspot.com/2010/03/mass-motorization-and-environment.html

Also read Larry Cebula’s invitation to the Washington State Digital Archives display at the exhibit hall (and those not at the conference can visit the archives themselves!) http://ncph2010.blogspot.com/2010/03/mass-motorization-and-environment.html

And for those with a weakness for neon, Vintage Roadside has served up a great selection of roadside attractions in Portland:

http://ncph2010.blogspot.com/search/label/Vintage%20Roadside

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