Audio recordings from last month’s AASLH Annual Meeting in Philadelphia are now available online!
Every year, we record our keynotes and plenaries, along with a selection of sessions, to share with the field beyond the conference walls and to continue the conversations long after the event wraps up. AASLH2019 offered a wealth of fascinating, challenging, and thought-provoking content to explore, and we’re pleased to offer these recordings free online. Hear our opening plenary, “Incarceration and Public History,” with Susan Burton, Dr. Talitha LeFlouria, and Sean Kelley; Dr. Erica Armstrong Dunbar’s inspiring keynote address; and fifteen sessions covering topics such as collections care, corporate history, Afrocentric museums, and audience-designed programs. You can also catch up on conference discussions by searching #AASLH2019 on Twitter.
- 2019 Meeting of the Membership
- Afrocentric History Museums: Shall We Start an Afrocentric Museum Resistance Movement?
- All the Cool Kids Are Doing It: Local History as Community Engagement
- Can Audiences Design Their Own Programs?
- Corporate History in Non-Profit Places
- Inconvenient Misconceptions: When Fundraising is Hard(er)
- Keynote Address: Dr. Erica Armstrong Dunbar
- Leadership in History Awards Ceremony
- Making Anniversaries Matter
- Military History Museums: More Relevant Than Ever!
- Not for Sale: Preserving and Sharing a Community Collection
- Objects Are Complicated Too!
- Opening Plenary: Incarceration and Public History
- Overcoming Barriers to Improved Collections Care
- Secrets and Silences: When and How to Reveal Challenging Histories
- Waiting for People and Money: Strategies for Building Support for House Museums
- We Can Do It—Collaboratively!
- We Cannot Afford to Wait: Saving Public School History, Material Culture, and Stories
- Working Collaboratively: Digitizing the Records of Philadelphia’s Historic Congregations