6th World Conference of the International Federation for Public History

International Conference
Datum: 16.08.2022 to 20.08.2022
Ort:  Berlin

From 16 to 20 August 2022 the 6th World Conference of the International Federation for Public History (IFPH) will take place in Berlin. The German capital, which has been called the “Rome of contemporary history”, is an ideal location for a major meeting of public historians from across the globe. Like few other cities in the world it offers many different layers of history, that not only still matter and are controversial locally or regionally, but nationally and even internationally.

The conference will be hosted at the Freie Universität Berlin, where the first German MA program in Public History was established. It is located in the Southwestern part of the city.

Partners of the conference are the National Council on Public History, the world’s largest public history organization, the German Historical Association (VHD) and its working group on applied/ public history (AGPH), the American Historical Association, the International Council of Museums (ICOM) Germany, and the Leibniz Centre for Contemporary History in Potsdam (ZZF).

There is no specific conference theme and no focus on a particular historical era.

Please check for more information and the detailed program: www.ifph2020.berlin

Registration Fees: To cover conference expenses (coffee breaks, room costs, etc), we have to charge the following registration fees.


You are welcome to join us for a public evening event:

Panel Discussion: »›Babylon Berlin‹ – Public History on TV«

Friday, 19 August 2022 | 19:00–21:00 | Max-Kade-Auditorium (AUDIMAX), Free University Berlin
with Henk Handloegten, one of the directors of “Babylon Berlin,” film scholar Bettina Köhler, who worked on the costum design of the series, and historian Hanno Hochmuth (ZZF Potsdam). Moderator: journalist and writer Marion Brasch

This event is open to the general public, no registration, free entrance


 

Veranstaltungsort

Freie Universität Berlin
Henry Ford Building (Garystr. 35)
 

Kontakt und Anmeldung

Please note that registration through ConfTool is mandatory to be able to attend the conference.
You can register here: https://www.conftool.net/ifph2022

Info to Registration Fees please klick here

Contact:
info [at] ifph2020.berlin

Veranstaltungen

6th World Conference of the International Federation for Public History

International Conference
Datum: 16.08.2022 to 20.08.2022
Ort:  Berlin

From 16 to 20 August 2022 the 6th World Conference of the International Federation for Public History (IFPH) will take place in Berlin. The German capital, which has been called the “Rome of contemporary history”, is an ideal location for a major meeting of public historians from across the globe. Like few other cities in the world it offers many different layers of history, that not only still matter and are controversial locally or regionally, but nationally and even internationally.

The conference will be hosted at the Freie Universität Berlin, where the first German MA program in Public History was established. It is located in the Southwestern part of the city.

Partners of the conference are the National Council on Public History, the world’s largest public history organization, the German Historical Association (VHD) and its working group on applied/ public history (AGPH), the American Historical Association, the International Council of Museums (ICOM) Germany, and the Leibniz Centre for Contemporary History in Potsdam (ZZF).

There is no specific conference theme and no focus on a particular historical era.

Please check for more information and the detailed program: www.ifph2020.berlin

Registration Fees: To cover conference expenses (coffee breaks, room costs, etc), we have to charge the following registration fees.


You are welcome to join us for a public evening event:

Panel Discussion: »›Babylon Berlin‹ – Public History on TV«

Friday, 19 August 2022 | 19:00–21:00 | Max-Kade-Auditorium (AUDIMAX), Free University Berlin
with Henk Handloegten, one of the directors of “Babylon Berlin,” film scholar Bettina Köhler, who worked on the costum design of the series, and historian Hanno Hochmuth (ZZF Potsdam). Moderator: journalist and writer Marion Brasch

This event is open to the general public, no registration, free entrance


 

Veranstaltungsort

Freie Universität Berlin
Henry Ford Building (Garystr. 35)
 

Kontakt und Anmeldung

Please note that registration through ConfTool is mandatory to be able to attend the conference.
You can register here: https://www.conftool.net/ifph2022

Info to Registration Fees please klick here

Contact:
info [at] ifph2020.berlin

Veranstaltungen