History Camp 2014
History Camp is the first unconference or "barcamp" on all things history. It will take place in Cambridge, Massachusetts on Saturday, March 8.
Updated February 13, 2014: More than 100 have registered--authors and historians, well-known history bloggers, executive directors of historical sites and historical societies, grad students, teachers, designers and illustrators, and more--and there are more than 20 topics and 2 panels proposed so far.
If you would like to speak, add your topic and name to the event wiki: www.HistoryCamp.org.
Your can see all of the topics and the list of people registered so far at the registration page: http://historycamp.eventbrite.com.
This is an all-volunteer effort; our goal is simply to break even.
Thanks to the many individual supporters who have made a financial contribution to help cover the costs, and to these organizations who are institutional supporters:
IBM—Making their new space available for the entire day.
TrekSolver/MuseumTrek—Underwriting coffee, juice, and more in the morning.
The History List—Underwriting afternoon refueling
Hstry—Providing additional financial support
"Drums Along the Mohawk" outdoor drama—Providing additional financial support