The conference, a collaboration between Queensborough Community College of New York and Nord University, Norway, will address the historical and contemporary ties between sports, sporting events, and politics.
The Graduate School of Design at Harvard University and Dumbarton Oaks Research Library have issued a call for papers for their 2019 conference, to be held May 3-4, 2019 at Dumbarton Oaks in Washington, DC.
A historian was sentenced by a federal court on April 9 for the theft of at least 291 World War […]
On Thursday, April 5, graduate students from MARCH collaborated with the Center for Public History at Temple University and the Albert Lepage […]
The Mid-Atlantic Popular & American Culture Association has issued a call for proposals for its 2018 conference. Proposals may address […]
The new markers will include Slinky, accidentally invented at a Philadelphia shipyard, and the Philadelphia Flower Show, held annually since 1829.
Your generous contributions on Giving Day will be used to employ the students who help to make digital publication of The Encyclopedia possible.
The residential, interdisciplinary seminar will investigate the idea of modernity and the age of Enlightenment. Graduate students from all humanities disciplines are invited to apply.
Mrs. Obama’s portrait has been moved to a more spacious area of the museum in the third floor 20th Century Americans gallery to accommodate the unexpectedly large crowds.
Kate Epstein of Rutgers University, Camden and Robyn C. Spencer of the City University of New York, have been awarded the 2018 Burkhardt Residential Fellowship for Recently Tenured Scholars.