Anvedi che storia! – Call for Paper/Panel 6a Conferenza Nazionale di Public History dell’AIPH – Roma, 10-14 giugno 2024 – SCADENZA PROROGATA AL 29 GENNAIO!

Call per proposte individuali e panel
6a Conferenza nazionale dell’AIPH
Roma, 10-14 giugno 2024

Anvedi che storia!

An English version of the CFP is available below

SCADENZA 10 GENNAIO 29 GENNAIO 2024

» Comitato scientifico e comitato locale

L’Associazione Italiana di Public History convoca la 6a Conferenza Nazionale di Public History dal 10 al 14 giugno 2024, presso il Dipartimento di Studi Umanistici dell’Università degli Studi Roma Tre. L’inaugurazione si svolgerà il 10 giugno presso l’Aula Magna della Scuola di Lettere Filosofia Lingue.

La Conferenza, nel corso della quale si svolgerà anche l’assemblea plenaria dell’Associazione per il 2024 (il giorno 13 giugno pomeriggio), intende discutere e condividere esperienze e pratiche italiane e internazionali di Public History in continuità con le precedenti conferenze annuali.

La Conferenza nazionale AIPH di Roma sarà una nuova occasione di confronto e di riflessione fra chi opera e lavora con e sul passato e sui modi in cui la storia e la memoria sono presenti nella società, nell’università, nelle piazze, nelle scuole, nel mondo della formazione e delle scuole, attorno al patrimonio culturale e nella vita quotidiana delle comunità.

Quest’anno la conferenza #AIPH2024 sarà articolata nelle seguenti attività, per ognuna delle quali è prevista un’apposita call:

  1. proposte individuali e proposte di panel (QUESTA CALL)
  2. proposte provenienti dalle scuole (VAI QUI)
  3. proposte di poster (presto online)
  4. proposte di progetti di PH realizzati o da realizzare (presto online)

Inoltre, è in fase di programmazione un Festival della Public History si svolgerà nella città parallelamente alla conferenza nei giorni 11-13 giugno 2024.

L’invito a partecipare è rivolto a quanti studiano o svolgono professioni che afferiscono a vario titolo alla Public History con produzione di contenuti storici e didattici. È consentita la contemporanea presentazione di diverse proposte alle quattro call.

Per la 6a Conferenza nazionale #AIPH2024, le proposte che rientrano nei temi seguenti riceveranno un’attenzione particolare:

Ambiente e ambientalismi

  • L’evoluzione storica del rapporto uomo/ambiente-natura nei media
  • Forme di fruizione e ‘contatto’ con le risorse ambientali nei parchi tematici europei (di tipo storico, etnografico etc.)
  • Public History e sviluppo sostenibile (Agenda Europea 2030)
  • Forme di attivismo ambientale
  • Strategie educative per la cura dell’ambiente

Anniversari, commemorazioni, celebrazioni afferenti al 2024.

  • In particolare, centenario della morte di Giacomo Matteotti (10 giugno 1924)
  • Ottantesimo dai tre governi dell’Italia liberata a Salerno (febbraio-luglio 1944)
  • Ottantesimo dalla Liberazione di Roma dai nazifascisti (4-5 giugno 1944)
  • Fascismo, Resistenza e Liberazione con l’ottantesimo anniversario delle repubbliche partigiane e delle stragi naziste
  • Calendario civile e memorie controverse
  • Cinquantesimo anniversario del referendum sul divorzio

Archivi e Biblioteche

  • Azioni e strategie innovative degli archivi e delle biblioteche attorno ai temi del digitale, della memoria, della didattica e delle comunità
  • Archivi, Biblioteche e public history: risorse, metodi, pratiche
  • Collaborazioni MAB in tema di public history, patrimonio e dialogo interculturale
  • Collaborazioni pubblico-privato.

Fonti

  • Gestione delle fonti orali, iconografiche, cartografiche, fotografiche e audiovisive nei progetti di Public History
  • Archivi locali come quelli scolastici, parrocchiali o legati alle diverse comunità religiose, all’associazionismo, ai centri aggregativi e sociali.

Fotografia

  • Archivi fotografici partecipati e digitali
  • Archivi personali
  • Gli archivi del fotogiornalismo: memoria e public history
  • Fotografia vernacolare, memorie e territori
  • Fotografia e memoria scolastica

Media e storia

  • Romanzi storici contemporanei, narrativa e fonti storiche, riviste storiche
  • Diari, scrittura e fotografia
  • Iconografia storica.
  • Teatro di narrazione
  • Linguaggi musicali e poetici tradizionali e contemporanei (Ottava rima, Poesia improvvisata, Rap, Freestyle, Poetry slam)
  • Canti della Resistenza
  • Serie tv, film e documentari storici
  • Fumetto
  • Gioco digitale e analogico

Memoria, Monumenti, Toponomastica e odonomastica

  • Memoria e oblio
  • Tradizione, memoria, comunità
  • Calendario civile e memorie storiche controverse
  • Cimiteri
  • Monumenti, statue, attivismo attorno alla loro rimozione/conservazione
  • Murales storici e biografici

Musei

  • Memoriali come musei
  • Attivismo nei musei
  • Musei dell’emigrazione, turismo delle radici, musei di piccoli borghi
  • Nuovi linguaggi e partecipazione nei musei e nelle mostre storiche
  • Antropologia, etnologia e storia dell’altro nei musei
  • Musei come luoghi di cura
  • Musei partecipativi, centri di interpretazione storica e storico artistica,
  • Musei di comunità
  • Musei e mostre virtuali

 Patrimoni, territori, comunità

  • Pratiche di Public History con patrimoni materiali/immateriali
  • Opere d’arte e territorio
  • Cammini storici e storico-religiosi
  • Convenzione di Faro del Consiglio d’Europa e comunità di eredità
  • Collaborazioni MAB attorno al patrimonio materiale e immateriale
  • Pratiche di Public e/o Applied Geography nella lettura (storica) del territorio
  • Licenze d’uso delle riproduzioni di documenti dei beni culturali

Partecipazione

  • Esperienze di progettazione partecipata (anche con l’architettura)
  • Arte pubblica, Azioni artistiche participative, committenza partecipata
  • Archeologia pubblica-partecipata

Rievocazioni storiche e Living History

  • Fiere e festival
  • Legge nazionale e leggi regionali
  • Reenactment
  • Rievocazioni e Musei Storici

Storia di genere

  • Narrazioni e rappresentazioni femminili nello spazio pubblico
  • Toponomastica e odonomastica femminile
  • Didattica della Storia di genere
  • Archivi femminili di persona
  • Storia di genere, web e audiovisivo
  • Attivismo femminile

Scuola – Università – Formazione

  • Esperienze di didattica universitaria di Public History
  • Documentaristi, storici, public historian: territori professionali a confronto
  • Spazi e forme di sensibilizzazione sul tema dell’Ambiente e dell’ambientalismo nei canali scolastici
  • Memorie scolastiche e memorie educative
  • Percorsi di public history tra scuola, università e territorio: teorie e pratiche
  • Fotografia e memoria scolastica
  • Musei dedicati alla scuola e musei allestiti presso le scuole
  • Patrimonio scolastico storico

COME PARTECIPARE

È possibile presentare proposte originali (ovvero che non siano già state illustrate nei precedenti convegni dell’Associazione) secondo due tipologie:

  1. Le Singole relazioni, verranno poi integrate in panel per AIPH2024. Ogni proposta dovrà contenere un riassunto/abstract in italiano e in inglese (circa 2500 battute ciascuno spazi compresi) e massimo 5 riferimenti bibliografici o sitografici (stile: Chicago Manual Style 17th edizione), un breve c.v. con e-mail del/la proponente.
  2. Sessioni di 3 partecipanti con coordinatore aggiunto o di 4 partecipanti con un coordinatore compreso. Ogni proposta dovrà contenere un riassunto sintetico (ca.1500-2000 battute spazi compresi), in italiano e in inglese, che descriva il tema generale del panel, il riassunto in entrambe le lingue di ogni relazione (2500 battute spazi compresi dotato di massimo 5 riferimenti bibliografici o sitografici in stile Chicago Manual Style 17th edizione). Dovranno inoltre essere allegati i c.v. di ogni partecipante al panel e l’e-mail del/la coordinatore/trice e di tutti i partecipanti. Si sconsiglia di proporre panel con relatori provenienti dal medesimo ente. La comparazione delle esperienze e l’origine geografica e professionale diversificata costituiranno elementi di valutazione a favore al momento della selezione.

ATTENZIONE: le proposte che non rispetteranno i requisiti indicati non verranno prese in considerazione. La durata complessiva di ogni panel sarà di 90 minuti, di cui almeno 20 dedicati alla discussione con il pubblico.

Le proposte devono essere inserite nella piattaforma Easychair compilando tutti i campi richiesti e caricando un unico file in formato pdf entro il 10 gennaio 2024 all’indirizzo:

https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=aiph2024

Per eventuali maggiori informazioni scrivere all’indirizzo della segreteria dell’Associazione: segreteria@aiph.it

Il 2 aprile 2024 verrà diffusa la prima bozza di programma e saranno inviati gli avvisi di avvenuta selezione dal comitato del programma. Chi sarà selezionato avrà la possibilità di pagare la quota d’iscrizione alla conferenza se non fosse socio AIPH entro la fine del mese di aprile pena cancellazione dal programma definitivo..

PARTECIPAZIONE ALLA 6a CONFERENZA NAZIONALE DELL’AIPH

Assistere alla conferenza AIPH2024 è gratuito previa registrazione. La partecipazione al programma dellla conferenza in caso di selezione, è gratuita per le socie e i soci dell’AIPH in regola per il 2024 previa registrazione e contemporanea verifica della regolare iscrizione. Chi non fosse già socia/o AIPH, sarà tenuta/o a corrispondere la tassa di iscrizione alla conferenza che darà diritto anche all’iscrizione all’AIPH, previa compilazione del modulo di iscrizione disponibile all’indirizzo https://aiph.hypotheses.org/609

  • Iscrizione ordinaria: obbligatoria per tutti i partecipanti selezionati nei panel e nelle sezioni poster, premi e presentazioni, che non siano soci/e in regola AIPH: 60 euro.
  • Iscrizione studenti e precari sotto i 35 anni: obbligatoria per tutti i partecipanti selezionati nei panel e nelle sezioni poster, premi e presentazioni 30 euro.

Infine, senza assistere alla conferenza, si potrà invece registrarsi per alcuni eventi (con entrata libera o a pagamento) collegati al PHestival di Public History, il cui costo sarà comunicato insieme al calendario completo, a partire da maggio 2024.

Il versamento può essere effettuato da subito (indicando il tipo di iscrizione) tramite bonifico bancario a:

AIPH – Associazione Italiana di Public History
Banca Intesa Sanpaolo – Via Bufalini, 4/6, 50122 – Firenze (FI)
IBAN:IT63V0306902887100000005899
BIC-SWIFT: BCITITMMXXX

BORSE DI STUDIO

L’AIPH bandirà alcune borse di studio, a parziale copertura delle spese di viaggio e soggiorno tra i membri in regola dell’AIPH che verranno selezionati dal comitato del programma. Le borse saranno riservate esclusivamente ai soci. Nel testo della domanda i candidati dovranno dichiarare il proprio status accademico/lavorativo e l’attuale domicilio. Le domande dovranno inoltre contenere un breve paragrafo di motivazioni.


English Version

Call for paper/panel

6th AIPH Annual Conference

Rome, June 10-14 2024

Anvedi che storia!/Oh, what a Story!

DEADLINE JANUARY 10, 2024

Scientific committee and local committee

The Italian Association of Public History convenes the 6th National Conference on Public History from 10 to 14 June 2024, at the Department of Humanistic Studies of the University of Roma Tre. The inauguration will take place on 10 June in the Aula Magna of the School of Humanities Philosophy Languages.

The Conference, during which the plenary assembly of the Association for 2024 will also be held (on 13 June afternoon), intends to discuss and share Italian and international experiences and practices of Public History in continuity with previous annual conferences.

The AIPH National Conference in Rome will be a new opportunity for discussion and reflection among those who work with and on the past and how history and memory are present in society, in universities, in public places, in schools, in the world of education and schools, around cultural heritage and in the daily life of communities.

This year’s #AIPH2024 conference will be divided into the following activities, each with a special call:

  • individual proposals and panel proposals (THIS CALL)
  • proposals from Italian schools 
  • poster proposals (coming soon)
  • proposals for realised or to be realised PH projects (coming soon)

In addition, a Festival of Public History is planned to take place in the city in parallel with the conference on 11-13 June 2024.

The invitation to participate is addressed to those studying or working in professions related to Public History in various ways and producing historical and educational content. Simultaneous submission of several proposals to the four calls is allowed.

For the 6th National #AIPH2024 Conference, proposals under the following themes will receive special attention:

Environment and environmentalism

  • The historical evolution of the man-environment-nature relationship in the media
  • Forms of fruition and ‘contact’ with environmental resources in European theme parks (historical, ethnographic, etc.)
  • Public History and Sustainable Development (European Agenda 2030)
  • Forms of environmental activism
  • Educational strategies for environmental care

Anniversaries, commemorations, and celebrations related to 2024.

  • In particular, the centenary of the death of Giacomo Matteotti (10 June 1924)
  • Eightieth anniversary of the Three Governments of Liberated Italy in Salerno (February-July 1944)
  • 80th anniversary of the Liberation of Rome from the Nazi-Fascists (4-5 June 1944)
  • Fascism, Resistance, and Liberation with the 80th anniversary of the partisan republics and Nazi massacres
  • Civil calendar and controversial memories
  • 50th anniversary of the divorce referendum

Archives and Libraries

  • Innovative actions and strategies of archives and libraries around the themes of digital, memory, education, and communities
  • Archives, Libraries and Public History: Resources, Methods, Practices
  • MAB collaborations on public history, heritage, and intercultural dialogue
  • Public-private collaborations.

Sources

  • Management of oral, iconographic, cartographic, photographic and audiovisual sources in Public History projects
  • Local archives such as those in schools, parishes, or linked to the
  • different religious communities, associations, communities, and social centers.
  •  social centers.

Photography

  • Participatory and digital photographic archives
  • Personal archives
  • Photojournalism archives: memory and public history
  • Vernacular photography, memories, and territories
  • Photography and school memory

Media and history

  • Contemporary historical novels, historical fiction, and sources, historical journals
  • Diaries, writing, and photography
  • Historical iconography
  • Narrative theatre
  • Traditional and contemporary musical and poetic languages (Octava rima, Improvised poetry, Rap, Freestyle, Poetry slam)
  • Resistance songs
  • TV series, films, and historical documentaries
  • Comics
  • Videogames and analog games 

Memory, Monuments, Toponymy and Oblivion

  • Memory and oblivion
  • Tradition, memory, community
  • Civil calendar and controversial historical memories
  • Cemeteries
  • Monuments, statues, activism around their removal/preservation
  • Historical and biographical murals

Museums

  • Memorials as museums
  • Museum activism
  • Museums of emigration, tourism of roots, museums of small villages
  • New languages and participation in museums and historical exhibitions
  • Anthropology, Ethnology, and History of the Other in Museums
  • Museums as Places of Care
  • Participatory Museums, Centres of Historical and Artistic Interpretation
  • Community museums
  • Virtual Museums and Exhibitions

 Heritage, Territories, Communities

  • Public History practices with material/immaterial heritage
  • Works of art and territory
  • Historical and historical-religious paths
  • Council of Europe Faro Convention and communities of heritage
  • MAB collaborations around tangible and intangible heritage
  • Public and/or Applied Geography practices in the (historical) reading of the territory
  • Copyright and user licenses for reproductions of cultural heritage documents

Participation

  • Participatory design experiences (also involving architecture)
  • Public Art, Participatory Art Actions, Participatory Commissioning
  • Participatory public archaeology

Historical re-enactments and Living History

  • Fairs and festivals
  • National and regional laws
  • Reenactment

Gender history

  • Women’s narratives and representations in public space
  • Female toponymy and odonymy
  • Didactics of Gender History
  • Women’s archives
  • Gender history, web and audiovisual
  • Women’s activism

School – University – Training

  • Public History University teaching experiences
  • Documentary makers, historians, public historians: comparing professional territories
  • Spaces and forms of awareness-raising on Environment and Environmentalism in school channels
  • School memories and educational memories
  • Public history paths between school, university, and territory: theories and practices
  • Photography and school memory
  • School museums and museums set up in schools
  • Historical school heritage

HOW TO PARTICIPATE

It is possible to submit two types of original proposals (that have not already been illustrated in previous meetings of the Association) according to:

  • Individual proposals will then be integrated into panels by the members of the AIPH steering committee, part of the AIPH2024 Scientific Committee. Each proposal must contain a summary/abstract in Italian and English (about 2500 characters each including spaces) and a maximum of 5 bibliographic or website references (Chicago Manual Style 17th), a short c.v. which contains the e-mail address of the proposer.
  • Panels of 3 participants with an additional coordinator or of 4 participants with a coordinator included. Each proposal must contain a synthetic summary (approx. 1500-2000 characters including spaces), in Italian and English, describing the general theme of the panel, the summary in both languages of each report (2500 characters including spaces with maximum 5 bibliographic or website references (Chicago Manual Style 17th). The c.v. of each panelist must also be included with the e-mail address of the coordinator and all participants. It is not recommended to propose panels with speakers from the same institution. Experiences comparison and diversified geographical and professional origins will constitute elements of a favorable evaluation at the time of selection.

ATTENTION: proposals that do not comply with the indicated requirements will not be considered. The overall duration of each panel will be 90 minutes, of which at least 20 will be dedicated to discussion with the public.

Proposals must be entered into the Easychair platform by filling in all required fields and uploading a single file in PDF format by 10 January 2024 at

https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=aiph2024

For information write to the address of the secretariat of the Association: segreteria@aiph.it

On April 2, 2023, the first draft of the program will be disseminated and those selected by the program committee will be notified. Those who are selected will have the opportunity to pay the conference registration fee if they are not AIPH members by the end of April, otherwise, they will be removed from the final programme.

PARTICIPATION IN THE 6th NATIONAL AIPH CONFERENCE

Attending the AIPH2024 conference is free of charge after registration. Participation in the conference programme, if selected, is free of charge for AIPH members in good standing for 2024 upon registration and simultaneous verification of proper registration. If you are not already an AIPH member, you will be required to pay the conference registration fee, which will also entitle you to AIPH membership, after filling out the registration form available at https://aiph.hypotheses.org/609

  • Ordinary registration: compulsory for all selected participants in the panels and poster sections, prizes, and presentations, who are not members in good standing of AIPH: 60 euro.
  • Student and temporary workers under 35 years registration: compulsory for all selected participants in the panels and poster, awards and presentations sections 30 euro.

It will be possible to register for some events (with free or paid admission) related to the Public History PHestival without attending the conference. The cost of each event will be communicated together with the full calendar, starting from May 2024.

The payment can be made immediately (indicating the type of registration) by bank transfer to:

AIPH – Italian Association of Public History
Intesa Sanpaolo Bank – Via Bufalini, 4/6, 50122 – Florence (FI)
IBAN: IT63V0306902887100000005899
BIC-SWIFT: BCITITMMXXX

Scholarships

The AIPH will offer some scholarships, to partially cover travel and accommodation expenses, among AIPH members in good standing for 2023 who will be selected by the program committee. The scholarships will be reserved exclusively for our members. In the text of the application, candidates will have to declare their academic / working status and current residence. Each request must also contain a short paragraph of motivations.

 


Call for paper/panel

6th CAIPH National Conference

Rome, June 10-14 

Anvedi che storia!/OH, what a Story!

DEADLINE JANUARY 10, 2024

 

»Scientific committee and local committee

The Italian Association of Public History convenes the 6th National Conference on Public History from 10 to 14 June 2024, at the Department of Humanistic Studies of the University of Roma Tre. The inauguration will take place on 10 June in the Aula Magna of the School of Humanities Philosophy Languages.

The Conference, during which the plenary assembly of the Association for 2024 will also be held (on 13 June afternoon), intends to discuss and share Italian and international experiences and practices of Public History in continuity with previous annual conferences.

The AIPH National Conference in Rome will be a new opportunity for discussion and reflection among those who work with and on the past and how history and memory are present in society, in universities, in public places, in schools, in the world of education and schools, around cultural heritage and in the daily life of communities.

This year’s #AIPH2024 conference will be divided into the following activities, each with a special call:

  • individual proposals and panel proposals (THIS CALL)
  • proposals from schools (GO HERE)
  • poster proposals (coming soon)
  • proposals of realised or to be realised PH projects (coming soon)

In addition, a Festival of Public History is planned to take place in the city in parallel with the conference on 11-13 June 2024.

The invitation to participate is addressed to those studying or working in professions related to Public History in various ways and producing historical and educational content. Simultaneous submission of several proposals to the four calls is allowed.

For the 6th National #AIPH2024 Conference, proposals under the following themes will receive special attention:

Environment and environmentalism

  • The historical evolution of the man-environment-nature relationship in the media
  • Forms of fruition and ‘contact’ with environmental resources in European theme parks (historical, ethnographic, etc.)
  • Public History and Sustainable Development (European Agenda 2030)
  • Forms of environmental activism
  • Educational strategies for environmental care

Anniversaries, commemorations, and celebrations related to 2024.

  • In particular, the centenary of the death of Giacomo Matteotti (10 June 1924)
  • Eightieth anniversary of the Three Governments of Liberated Italy in Salerno (February-July 1944)
  • 80th anniversary of the Liberation of Rome from the Nazi-Fascists (4-5 June 1944)
  • Fascism, Resistance, and Liberation with the 80th anniversary of the partisan republics and Nazi massacres
  • Civil calendar and controversial memories
  • 50th anniversary of the divorce referendum

Archives and Libraries

  • Innovative actions and strategies of archives and libraries around the themes of digital, memory, education, and communities
  • Archives, Libraries and Public History: Resources, Methods, Practices
  • MAB collaborations on public history, heritage, and intercultural dialogue
  • Public-private collaborations.

Sources

  • Management of oral, iconographic, cartographic, photographic and audiovisual sources in Public History projects
  • Local archives such as those in schools, parishes, or linked to the
  • different religious communities, associations, communities, and social centers.
  •  social centers.

Photography

  • Participatory and digital photographic archives
  • Personal archives
  • Photojournalism archives: memory and public history
  • Vernacular photography, memories, and territories
  • Photography and school memory

Media and history

  • Contemporary historical novels, historical fiction, and sources, historical journals
  • Diaries, writing, and photography
  • Historical iconography
  • Narrative theatre
  • Traditional and contemporary musical and poetic languages (Octava rima, Improvised poetry, Rap, Freestyle, Poetry slam)
  • Resistance songs
  • TV series, films, and historical documentaries
  • Comics
  • Videogames and analog games

Memory, Monuments, Toponymy and Oblivion

  • Memory and oblivion
  • Tradition, memory, community
  • Civil calendar and controversial historical memories
  • Cemeteries
  • Monuments, statues, activism around their removal/preservation
  • Historical and biographical murals

Museums

  • Memorials as museums
  • Museum activism
  • Museums of emigration, tourism of roots, museums of small villages
  • New languages and participation in museums and historical exhibitions
  • Anthropology, Ethnology, and History of the Other in Museums
  • Museums as Places of Care
  • Participatory Museums, Centres of Historical and Artistic Interpretation
  • Community museums
  • Virtual Museums and Exhibitions

Heritage, Territories, Communities

  • Public History practices with material/immaterial heritage
  • Works of art and territory
  • Historical and historical-religious paths
  • Council of Europe Faro Convention and communities of heritage
  • MAB collaborations around tangible and intangible heritage
  • Public and/or Applied Geography practices in the (historical) reading of the territory
  • Copyright and user licenses for reproductions of cultural heritage documents

Participation

  • Participatory design experiences (also involving architecture)
  • Public Art, Participatory Art Actions, Participatory Commissioning
  • Participatory public archaeology

Historical re-enactments and Living History

  • Fairs and festivals
  • National and regional laws
  • Reenactment

Gender history

  • Women’s narratives and representations in public space
  • Female toponymy and odonymy
  • Didactics of Gender History
  • Women’s archives
  • Gender history, web and audiovisual
  • Women’s activism

School – University – Training

  • Public History University teaching experiences
  • Documentary makers, historians, public historians: comparing professional territories
  • Spaces and forms of awareness-raising on Environment and Environmentalism in school channels
  • School memories and educational memories
  • Public history paths between school, university, and territory: theories and practices
  • Photography and school memory
  • School museums and museums set up in schools
  • Historical school heritage

 

HOW TO PARTICIPATE

It is possible to submit two types of original proposals (that have not already been illustrated in previous meetings of the Association) according to:

  • Individual proposals will then be integrated into panels by the members of the AIPH steering committee, part of the AIPH2024 Scientific Committee. Each proposal must contain a summary/abstract in Italian and English (about 2500 characters each including spaces) and a maximum of 5 bibliographic or website references (Chicago Manual Style 17th), a short c.v. which contains the e-mail address of the proposer.
  • Panels of 3 participants with an additional coordinator or of 4 participants with a coordinator included. Each proposal must contain a synthetic summary (approx. 1500-2000 characters including spaces), in Italian and English, describing the general theme of the panel, the summary in both languages of each report (2500 characters including spaces with maximum 5 bibliographic or website references (Chicago Manual Style 17th). The c.v. of each panelist must also be included with the e-mail address of the coordinator and all participants. It is not recommended to propose panels with speakers from the same institution. Experiences comparison and diversified geographical and professional origins will constitute elements of a favorable evaluation at the time of selection.

ATTENTION: proposals that do not comply with the indicated requirements will not be considered. The overall duration of each panel will be 90 minutes, of which at least 20 will be dedicated to discussion with the public.

Proposals must be entered into the Easychair platform by filling in all required fields and uploading a single file in PDF format by 10 January 2024 at

https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=aiph2024

For information write to the address of the secretariat of the Association: segreteria@aiph.it

On April 2, 2023, the first draft of the program will be disseminated and those selected by the program committee will be notified. Those who are selected will have the opportunity to pay the conference registration fee if they are not AIPH members by the end of April, otherwise, they will be removed from the final programme.

 

PARTICIPATION IN THE 6th NATIONAL AIPH CONFERENCE

Attending the AIPH2024 conference is free of charge after registration. Participation in the conference programme, if selected, is free of charge for AIPH members in good standing for 2024 upon registration and simultaneous verification of proper registration. If you are not already an AIPH member, you will be required to pay the conference registration fee, which will also entitle you to AIPH membership, after filling out the registration form available at https://aiph.hypotheses.org/609

  • Ordinary registration: compulsory for all selected participants in the panels and poster sections, prizes, and presentations, who are not members in good standing of AIPH: 60 euro.
  • Student and temporary workers under 35 years registration: compulsory for all selected participants in the panels and poster, awards and presentations sections 30 euro.

It will be possible to register for some events (with free or paid admission) related to the Public History PHestival without attending the conference. The cost of each event will be communicated together with the full calendar, starting from May 2024.

The payment can be made immediately (indicating the type of registration) by bank transfer to:

AIPH – Italian Association of Public History
Intesa Sanpaolo Bank – Via Bufalini, 4/6, 50122 – Florence (FI)
IBAN: IT63V0306902887100000005899
BIC-SWIFT: BCITITMMXXX

 

Scholarships

The AIPH will offer some scholarships, to partially cover travel and accommodation expenses, among AIPH members in good standing for 2023 who will be selected by the program committee. The scholarships will be reserved exclusively for our members. In the text of the application, candidates will have to declare their academic / working status and current residence. Each request must also contain a short paragraph of motivations.

 



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igorpizzirusso (2024, 11 Gennaio). Anvedi che storia! – Call for Paper/Panel 6a Conferenza Nazionale di Public History dell’AIPH – Roma, 10-14 giugno 2024 – SCADENZA PROROGATA AL 29 GENNAIO! AIPH - Associazione Italiana di Public History. Recuperato il 26 Febbraio 2024, da https://doi.org/10.58079/awpr

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