Thursday, April 14, 2011

NCPH 2011 in the blogosphere

Aside from the conference reports and reflections here in the conference blog itself, there's lots of commentary on Pensacola 2011 by other bloggers:

A positive review of NCPH's focus on digital history and a report on "Constructing and Circulating Historical Narratives on Stamps" by Sheila Brennan of the Center for History and New Media

Priya Chaya's two-part round-up for PreservationNation, the National Trust for Historic Preservation's blog:
Part I
Part II
and her more personal reflection on food and public history in Pensacola (in which fried green tomatoes inevitably make an appearance)

Debbie Doyle's posts for the American Historical Association blog:
on the public plenary with author Tony Hortwitz
on international public history
and on the Civil War sesquicentennial plenary

Suzanne Fischer's report on THATCamp NCPH on her Public Historian blog

Leslie Madsen-Brooks's reflections on her Doing History blog about fee-for-service issues at public
history centers

Nicole Moore's ruminations on the conference on her Interpreting Slave Life blog

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