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International Public History is a major international stimulus to the field of public history, which has been growing all over the world, both as an academic discipline and as a self-identity for its practitioners. The peer-reviewed online publication IPH is a timely development, providing a much-needed publishing venue for anyone engaged in public history. Submissions to International Public History are assessed in double-blind peer review.
Published twice a year, IPH provides a mix of theoretical, research and "practice-oriented" scholarly articles on a wide range of topics. The multimodal journal offers readers a rich experience through the enhancement of articles using photos, film and audio clips.
IPH is the official organ of the International Federation for Public History.
About the society
The International Federation for Public History was founded in 2010 to create a network of public history programs, scholars, and practitioners for facilitating the international exchange of information on teaching and research in and the practice of public history. The Federation’s aim is to share recommended professional and academic best practices, including standards for evaluating public history scholarship. Fostering participation of public historians and their organizations in international congresses and other meetings of scholars in the field is one of its core issues.
IFPH’s main purpose is to build an international public history community to encourage, promote, and coordinate contacts, teaching, and research in public history.
Learn more about the International Federation for Public History here: http://ifph.hypotheses.org/
Free Online Access: All articles published in Issue 1-1 (2018) of International Public History are freely available to all readers.
International Public History is covered by the following services:
The Editors welcome your submission to International Public History at email@example.com.
Submitted manuscripts should use American English orthography and follow the conventions of the Chicago Manual of Style.
IPH features a mix of theoretical, empirical, research based and practice-oriented scholarly articles, conversations, interviews, and reviews. Topics range from description and analysis of public history projects to debating theories, methods, approaches and issues undertaking public history and engaging different publics. Readers will encounter discussions about the public and political uses of history, oral history, public archaeology, heritage, digital public history, history and memory, exhibiting and curating, collecting and preservation, access and open access, sharing and shared authority, teaching public history, performance, and many more subjects, occasionally brought into sharp focus through special thematic issues. There will also be regular review sections discussing new museums and exhibitions, films, websites, apps and performances from around the world. We encourage comparative perspectives and global co-authorship.
Our acceptance of content for publication is based on double-blind peer review.
Manuscripts submitted to International Public History should use American English orthography and follow the conventions of the Chicago Manual of Style (see the Style Sheet) and should not exceed 60,000 characters. The inclusion of multimedia elements (photos, films, sound) is strongly encouraged.
Andreas Etges (LMU Munich, Germany)David Dean (Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada)
Tanya Evans (Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia) [2018-2022]Radhika Hettiarachchi (Community Memorialisation Project, Sri Lanka) [2018-2021]Catalina Muñoz (Universidad de los Andes, Bogotá, Columbia) [2021-2023]
International Advisory Board
Heba Ali Abd Elsalam (American School of Oriental Research, Alexandra, Virginia, USA)Marko Demantowsky (FHNW School of Education, Basel, Switzerland)Natasha Erlank (University of Johannesburg, South Africa)Kathleen Franz (National Museum of American History, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC, USA)Alexandra Kolesnik (National Research University Higher School of Economics, Moscow, Russia)Paweł Machcewicz (The Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, Poland)Jiang Meng (Renmin University of China, Beijing, China)Michihiro Okamoto (Toyo University, Tokyo, Japan)Isabelle Veyrat-Masson (National Center for Scientific Research, Paris, France)
Nicole O'Connell (University of Massachusetts, Massachusetts, USA)
International Public HistoryDr. Andreas EtgesAmerika-InstitutLMU MünchenSchellingstr. 3 VG80799 MünchenGermany