The Presence and Persistence of Stories, Virtual Through March 27

National Council on Public History | March 20, 2021 

Stories are the cornerstones of our relationship to each other and to the land. With each telling and re-telling, we reinforce relationships, we bridge past and present and we lay foundations for the future. A single place might have many histories, it might have vibrant pasts distinct from our own, but through our stories, our memories and our experiences, we become inextricably connected to that place.

The National Council on Public History’s conference celebrates stories and histories, and explicitly grounds them in the land of their telling.