We are delighted that the next IAPH workshop will take place in Belfast. Organised in conjunction with Queen’s University Belfast, this workshop focuses on ‘The Historian, Heritage and Public History’.
DATE: SaturdayÂ 17 January 2015
VENUE:Â Ulster Museum, Botanic Gardens, Belfast (Grainger Room)
REGISTRATION:Â This workshop is open to both IAPH members and non-members. A ÂŁ10/â‚¬12.50 attendance fee applies to non-members, and a ÂŁ5/â‚¬6.50 fee to IAPH members.
Places are limited; before proceeding to payment please register by emailingÂ firstname.lastname@example.org.
Session 1: ImpactÂ (10.30-11.30)
Prof Peter Gray (QUB): ‘Writing an impact narrative’
Dr Janice Holmes (Open University): ‘Making waves: historians having impact’
Session 2: Engaging public audiences (11.50-12.50)
Dr RoisĂn Higgins, Chair Jamie Curran (Heritage Lottery Fund): ‘Funding heritage projects’ Paula McFetridge (Kabosh Theatre Company): ‘Historians and the Arts’
Session 3: Public History Roundtable (2.00 – 3.15) Dr Olwen Purdue,Â Chair
Participants will include a range of representatives from public history and heritage organisations, such as William Blair (Ulster Museum), Paddy Fitzgerald (QUB and Ulster-American Folk Park) and Brian Lambkin (Ulster-American Folk Park)
Once you have registered your attendance (email email@example.com) you can proceed to payment via PayPal below.
PAY IN POUNDS STERLING
Non-member rate ÂŁ10.00 (below)
IAPH member rate ÂŁ5 (below)
PAY IN EURO
Non-member rate â‚¬12.50 (below)