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Call for Posters - 2018 NJ History & Historic Preservation Conference
posted 10/12/2017  
Organization
2018 Poster Session Committee
   
Location
Paterson, NJ
   
Date(s)
10/12/2017 - 03/12/2018
   

The 2018 New Jersey History & Historic Preservation Conference invites new professionals, undergraduates, and graduate students to submit proposals for the 3rd annual Poster Session to be held June 8, 2018, as part of the annual conference. The conference will take place at Passaic County College in Paterson. Proposals are due Monday March 12, 2018.


The Poster Session is an opportunity to present work.  Posters must engage subjects or projects related to historic preservation, history, archaeology, architecture, planning, museum studies, and/or public history.  Submissions related to New Jersey subject matter are especially encouraged.


Posters will be chosen from among the submissions for display at the conference.  A prize of $250 will be awarded for the best poster. All individuals whose posters are selected for display will receive complimentary registration to both the 2018 and 2019 conference.


Presenting a poster at the conference provides a unique opportunity to explore careers in history and historic preservation, network, and share research with a professional audience.


Details and online submission form: https://fs19.formsite.com/NJHT/Posters/index.html


For questions, please contact Briann Greenfield at bgreenfield@njch.org  or (609) 695-4838.

   
     
 
   

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