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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2010 ASEH/NCPH Conference Blog

1 03 2010

This is the blog site for the 2010 joint conference of the American Society for Environmental History and the National Council on Public History, being held in Portland, Oregon, between March 10 and 14, 2010