Submit a Proposal for the 2015 NJ History and Historic Preservation Conference
Proposals for Sessions, Workshops, and Tours will be accepted until November 17, 2014 for the 2015 conference, "New Perspectives on the Past". Read the complete details on the proposal options, topic suggestions and review criteria.
The History and Historic Preservation Conference attracts professional planners, architects, historians, archeologists, archivists, curators, public officials, preservation commission and non-profit staff and board members, consultants, volunteers, and students.
Undergraduate and graduate students may submit poster presentation proposals. Click here to read more about the poster presentation.
Mount Laurel in Burlington County is the site of the 2015 conference.
The June 3 opening reception features guest speaker Robert Wittman, founder of the FBI Art Crime Team and author of Priceless.
The full day conference on June 4 will include tours, hands-on workshops, and educational sessions. AICP and AIA continuing education credits are being sought.
The conference is co-hosted by the NJ Historic Trust, NJ Historical Commission and NJ Historic Preservation Office.
Visit the conference website to see photographs, download the opening plenary presentation, and view the program book from the 2014 conference.