Description

Conference sessions will focus on how labor and working-class history is remembered by and interpreted for public audiences around the world. Topics might include (but are certainly not limited to): Museum exhibits, Historic sites; Public art; Digital history projects; Mapping projects; Oral history projects; Archaeological investigations; Historic preservation initiatives; New approaches to public engagement with working-class and labor history; Public history and labor history in the classroom; Community-engaged learning; Documentary films; Collaborations between academics, practitioners, and/or activists and organizers; The use of historical memory in current organizing campaigns and labor battles.

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Important dates

  • Conference Dates

    19 Oct.

    2017

    TO

    21 Oct.

    2017

  • 01 May.

    2017

    Draft paper submission deadline

Contact information

  • nalhc@wayne.edu