Proposals due online by January 31, 2020, 11:59 p.m.
From fluctuating finances to shifting audiences, the digital revolution to climate change, history organizations in 2020 must chart a course through an ever-shifting landscape. How do we in Connecticut sustain and care for the places, collections, and communities to which we are responsible in a time of change and uncertainty? What strategies can help us ensure that the past remains accessible to future generations?
The Connecticut League of History Organizations welcomes proposals for its 2020 annual conference that explore the many forms of stewardship we practice as keepers, sharers, and communicators of the past. These might include:
We particularly welcome proposals for sessions, panels, roundtables, workshops, and other kinds of presentations that offer practical examples of projects and efforts that are tackling these challenges, and concrete lessons and toolkits that participants can take back to their own communities.
To submit your proposal, fill out the online form.