Registration cost is $20 + processing fee, which includes breakfast, lunch, discussion sessions, and a workshop.

If you need to register via a purchase order, please contact Mary Rizzo at

Who should attend? Those who are interested in..

  • Using material culture to reveal hidden histories
  • Learning lessons from (successful and not-so-successful) collaborations with communities
  • How public history can address contemporary social issues like mass incarceration, immigration, and police brutality
  • Showing that parks and other natural places have histories
  • New Jersey as one of the most racially and ethnically diverse states in the country. Who is telling the histories of Latino/as, Native Americans, Asian Americans, African Americans, and others?
  • The role of archives in defining what counts as history