International Seminar & Workshop on Public History:
Working with the Past in the Present
Center for Research on Society and Culture, Faculty of Humanities, Universitas Indonesia in collaboration with the International Federation for Public History invites academics, researchers, students, PhD Candidates and public history practitioners to an International Seminar & Workshop on Public History: Working with the Past in the Present to be held in Depok, 26-29 November 2019.
This is the first promotion and engagement of Public History in Indonesia as part of the internationalization of Public History initiated by the International Federation for Public History. For Indonesia, this seminar and workshop will discuss what public history is and how it applies to Indonesia as a new alternative for preservation and presentation in history. The development of this new study is expected to help public historians to better contribute to Indonesian historical activities. For International public historians, this event is an opportunity for sharing their experiences in practicing public history in their own countries.
Public History Workshops:
The workshops on Public History for Schools of History in the universities across the country will be held with the following themes:
- Introduction to Public History
- Internationalization of Public History
- Digital History
- Digital Oral History
- Curriculum Development on Public History
The workshops will be conducted by :
Prof Thomas Cauvin of Colorado State University
Prof David Dean of Carleton Centre for Public History, Carleton University
To register yourself for the workshop, please click here.
Seminar and Workshop : IDR 3.000.000,00
- International Participants
- Presenter: USD 75
- Non-presenter: USD 100
- Indonesian Participants
- Presenter: IDR 750.000,00
- Non-presenter: IDR 1.000.000,00
*Accommodation and travel expenses are not included in the fees.
Please make your payment to:
Name: Julia Wulandari
Bank: BNI Cabang UI Depok
Account Number: 0590235369
For information on accommodation, transportation, and getting around Jakarta and Depok, see here.
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