901 G Street NW Washington
The DC History Conference is an interdisciplinary, community conference considering the past, present, and future of the District. The conference is co-presented by the DC History Center and DC Public Library, sponsored by the Graduate Program in Public History at American University, made possible by a grant from HumanitiesDC, and organized by a volunteer planning committee.
The Humanities Truck will be participating with a mobile exhibit featuring Downtown Displaced, a mapping project, oral history station, and networking table with DIY button making. See you there!