PHSS 2020

Ashely Tisdale (University of South Florida) – Accessibility & Visibility: How to Incorporate Public Disability History into Your Research and Teaching

Apolonia Kuc (Jagiellonian University) – The Role of Public History Studies  in M.A. Degree in Jewish History and Culture  at the University of Southampton: the Perspective of M.A. Student

Vladimir Kramskoy (independent researcher), Kyrylо Stepanyan (Ivan Franko National University of Lviv) – Analysis of Representation of Roman Identity and Roman Warfare in the Video Game “Ryse: Son of Rome” (2013)

Dawid Gralik (Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań) – Video Games as Source of Historical Knowledge in Poland

Reba Drey Luiken (University of Minnesota) – Growing a Community and Planting a Garden: A Digital & Oral History of Community Gardens

Linda Levitt (Stephen F. Austin State University) – Moving the Quilt, Shifting Public History

Monica Mereu (University of Cagliari) – Oudlajan Memories: the Iranian Jewish Community of Tehran from a Female Perspective

Alessandro Porrà (University of Cagliari) – The Jewish Community of Istanbul and the Neo-Ottoman Nostalgia

Natalia Subbotina (Perm State University) – Remembering. Discourse of Stalin’s Repressions in a Small (Provincial) Town

Marta Kopiniak (Depot History Centre) – Switching the Gear: Public History in the Time of Pandemic

Chrysa Tamisoglou (University of Ioannina) – Mapping Public Sculptures: Mapping an Aspect of Public History

Daria Chuprasova (Charles University in Prague) – The Myth of the Red Baron  in the Media: From the First World War to the Present Day

Pierre Marie, Pedro Réquio (University of Coimbra) – “25AprilPTLab – Interactive Laboratory of the Portuguese Democratic Transition”: Teaching and Learning Contemporary History Through Documents

Adrian Trzoss (Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań) – “Historically Enslaved Minds”: How Social Media Hijacked Historical Consciousness?

Seung Hwan Ryu (University of Vienna) – Public History (Denial) of 1980 Gwangju Uprising: Backlash of Historical Denialism on Social Media and Resultant Role of Public Historians

Kristin O’Brassill-Kulfan (Rutgers School of Arts and Sciences, Routledge) – Write and Publish on Public History

Walter Chun Hay Chan (University College London) – Disappearing Public History  of Hong Kong:  The Rival of Memories  in the 1967 Riots under the Cold War and Colonialism

Ridhima Sharma (Jawaharlal Nehru University) – (Re)historicising the Cow Protection Movement: Gender, Caste and Labour at a Cow-Shelter  in a North Indian Town

Tomasz Waśkiel (University of Wrocław) – Books by presidents as a medium of historical narrative. The case of Kazakhstan

Marta Tomczak (University of Warsaw.Sorbonne University) – New Ways of Narrating History in Kazakhstan

Dušan Ljuboja (Eötvös Loránd University) – History and Memory in the Works of the Pan-Slavists in the First Half of Nineteenth Century

Emily Davis (Loyola University of Chicago) – Making Mother Cabrini’s Memory


PHSS 2019

PHSS 2018