Archives & Public History Program present: Philadelphia Public History Truck, with Founder Erin Bernard

NYU’s Program in Archives and Public History Presents

Erin Bernard

Founder, Philadelphia Public History Truck

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April 17, 2017

5:30-7:30 pm

King Juan Carlos Center Room 701

The Philadelphia Public History Truck (PPHT) is a mobile museum devoted to telling the story of Philadelphia considering all of its parts from library records to oral histories, from old crumbling sidewalks to refurbished loft apartments, from death records to new babies on the block.  The PPHT community curatorial experience involves the community in gathering, planning, and designing each exhibit, making it possible to connect all people to the process of museums.  PPHT’s current curatorial focus is on neighborhood exhibits with the intention to increase local civic engagement and connect Philadelphia communities.

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