Public History Roundtable: Social Justice, Sustainability, and Activism
Saturday, November 9, 2013
2:45pm – 4:30pm
In Conjunction with the 10th Annual Loyola University Chicago
History Graduate Student Conference
LUC Water Tower Campus
You are invited to participate in a roundtable designed to foster discussion about the active roles of historians in promoting social justice as well as social and ecological sustainability. The roundtable features Dr. Paul Schadewald of Macalester College, graduate student conference participants, and public history professionals from the Chicago area.
Mundelein College Civil Rights Students Mobilization, April 1968
Women and Leadership Archives, Loyola University Chicago
How to participate:
Follow the conference blog or the Lakefront Historian to view a detailed introduction to the roundtable, consider pre-circulated case statements, and offer your comments and contributions.
Attend the roundtable prepared to discuss your experiences with social justice and sustainability in public history as a patron, staff, or stakeholder in an institution that engages the public over historical topics
Attend the roundtable, and be willing to informally engage participants and fellow audience members about the topic.
Simply attend the roundtable and listen.
For more information or if you have any questions, please contact Rachel Boyle at firstname.lastname@example.org
Follow the conference Twitter hashtag #hgsa2013
One thought on “Call For Participants: Social Justice, Sustainability, and Activism in Public History”
Very much needed! I wish I were there. Have a great time!