Welcome! We’re very excited to announce the 8th annual Public History Community Forum, Racism and Resistance through Public History. The forum will feature public history professionals who are also members of minority communities. Speakers will both present and facilitate discussion surrounding how race influences their work, and how the field can better represent minority voices. The event will be held on April 5th from 10am-3pm at the William Way LGBT Community Center in Philadelphia. Stay tuned for more details about speakers and registration.
All are welcome to attend. Please join us for a day of workshops, presentations, and panels intended to spark ideas and collaboration. Coffee, pastries, and lunch will be provided. Although the event is free to attend, we ask that attendees RSVP so that we may be sure to provide adequate refreshments. Please plan to arrive between 8 and 9AM for check-in and coffee.
What is PubComm?
PubComm is an annual graduate-student organized event designed to spark ideas and collaboration between Philadelphia-area public history professionals and students. It is presented with the generous support of the Mid-Atlantic Regional Center for the Humanities at Rutgers-Camden and The Center for Public History at Temple University.
What will the schedule be?
We are still in the process of finalizing the schedule. Once completed, it will be available here.
Who will be presenting at PubComm 2018?
We are still in the process of finalizing our list of presenters. Once completed, more information will be available here.
What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?
The William Way LGBT Community Center, located at 1315 Spruce Street, is a five minute walk from Walnut-Locust SEPTA station and a two minute walk from the 12-13th and Locust PATCO station. It is also within close proximity to several pay-to-park garages.
How can I contact the organizer with questions?
Please direct any comments or questions to email@example.com.