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Rutgers-New Brunswick’s Shifting Cities Conference

The conference, which will be held at The Heldrich Hotel in New Brunswick, will be hosted by Rutgers’ Program in Cultural Heritage and Preservation Studies (CHAPS) and explore the phenomenon of shifting populations and their links to urban heritage.

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Modern Language Association Paper Proposals

The proposals are due electronically by September 23.

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If Ben Franklin Were a Digital Humanist–He Would Love Metadata

Word Cloud of abstracts. The digital version can be found here.

There may be no figure digital humanists like to use in examples more than the venerable Philadelphian Ben Franklin.

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PAGE Fellows Program

Graduate students with a demonstrated interest in public scholarship and/or artistic practice may apply for a 2015-2016 Publicly Active Graduate Education (PAGE) Fellowship.

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Three Events This April

Voting for sessions at the "Telling Untold Histories" unconference.

MARCH and OHMAR (Oral History in the Mid-Atlantic Region) formed a partnership to host three major events for public historians on the Rutgers University-Camden campus.

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Gettysburg at 150

I attended The Future of Civil War History conference recently at Gettysburg. One outstanding element of the conference involved a series of field experiences, two-hour plus morning tours with various experts covering topics like battlefield rehabilitation or the fighting in

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Nominations Open for MAAM Katherine Coffey Award

From the Mid-Atlantic Association of Museums: The Mid-Atlantic Association of Museums is accepting nominations for the Katherine Coffey Award.  The Coffey Award is given in recognition of achievement in the museum field and is MAAM’s highest honor.  Nominations should include a

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