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Call for Papers: Emerging Scholars Conference at Winterthur Museum

Papers should address the production and use of hazardous material culture.

History@Work Seeks Public History Blog Posts

History@Work is seeking blog posts from the public history community about the impact of federal leadership on vulnerable populations and institutions.

Re:collection at the National Museum of American Jewish History Crowdsources Family Narratives and Mementos

The initiative hopes to create a digital time capsule to deepen the connections and shared experiences of Jewish-Americans.

Exhibit on artist David Brewster to open at Maryland Historical Society

The Maryland Historical Society is opening a new exhibit on the life and works of Baltimore-based artist David Brewster.

Grant Opportunity from the New Jersey Council for the Humanities

The New Jersey Council for the Humanities is now accepting applications for its 2018 Incubation Grants.

Writing Fellowships Available at the Starr Center for the Study of the American Experience

The Starr Center at Washington College has fellowship opportunities available for scholars and writers of American history.

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Historic Preservation Advocate Joyce Matz Dies at 92

Matz’s successful campaigns include the 1978 landmark designation of the interior of Town Hall in New York’s theatre district and St. Bartholomew’s Episcopal Church.

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