Preservation Leadership Training ®
Repair Work: Telling the Full History at Our Historic Sites
March 27, 2018
Connecticut Convention Center
In conjunction with the National Council on Public History (NCPH) Annual Meeting
For decades public historians have been working to tell more complete American stories at sites around the country. However, due to past preservation and collections practices, limited material culture and resources are available to help tell those stories.
Attendees at this Preservation Leadership Training (PLT) will learn strategies and pick up tools to help them understand, interpret, and explain their sites’ full histories, even in the absence of collections, material culture, and documentation. Case studies and group work will be focused on tell the full history of the American past.
Register for this PLT through the NCPH Annual Meeting website. At this point registration is only open to NCPH Annual Meeting attendees.
Repair Work: Telling the Full History at Our Historic Sites is part of the National Trust's Preservation Leadership Training (PLT) series. Sign up to receive updates about future trainings.
- $50—For NCPH Annual Meeting attendees
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