Philipse Manor Hall State Historic Site is pleased to host the Northern Slavery Collective Conference!
The Northern Slavery Collective (NorSC) is a cohort of museums and historic sites rethinking their current narratives by including the stories of enslaved and free people who lived and worked on these properties. NorSC is excited to announce its first Annual Conference to be held at Philipse Manor Hall on February 6, 2023 from 9 am to 5:30 pm. The conference can be attended in person or virtually.
The conference includes panel presentations, roundtable discussion, a tour of Philipse Manor Hall, opportunities for networking, and more. Featuring keynote speaker Lavada Nahon, Lead Interpreter of African American History for the New York State Bureau of Historic Sites.
This conference is open to museum and heritage professionals, historians, and the public interested in the history and interpretation of enslavement in the north.
Tickets are $30 for in-person (SOLD OUT!) and $15 for virtual access. Full schedule, call for papers, and scholarship information at the registration link below.