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Conference: Out of Control Suburbs? Comparing Representations of Order, Disorder and Sprawl

From H-Material Culture: The Cultures of the Suburbs International Research Network is holding its 2nd Symposium, Out of Control Suburbs? Comparing Representations of Order, Disorder and Sprawl, June 27-28, 2013 at Hofstra University in Hempstead, New York: Following the success of

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Picking Up New Digital Skills

It may be a bit early for New Year’s resolutions, but it’s never a bad idea to build time into your professional life for learning new digital skills. Fortunately, you have plenty of great options for building new digital humanities

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The City of the Future

Future-casting. There’s an activity often met with trepidation by historians. While history might inform the present, it isn’t a tool for predicting the future. Or is it? At a conference last month, held by the UMass-Amherst Public History program on

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Call for Papers: History of Women’s Health Conference

The Pennsylvania Hospital, Philadelphia, will host its seventh annual History of Women’s Health Conference on Wednesday, April 18, 2012. Organizers invite interested persons to send a one to two page proposal or abstract of their topic by Friday, November 4,

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Colloquium on the Americas: Food & Foodways in the Americas

The 4th biennial Mercyhurst Colloquium on the Americas: Food & Foodways in the Americas focuses on the peoples of the Americas and how they perceive and relate to food and foodways.  This colloquium is an open, interdisciplinary conversation about the

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Religious Transformations In the Early Americas Conference, November 11-12, 2011

From the McNeil Center for Early American Studies: Religion has long been central to how people have understood the origin and development of the Americas. Yet despite advances in comparative and transnational approaches, disciplines and fields still perpetuate a notion

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CONFERENCE CALENDAR

Sep
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Mon
all-day CFP: The Past, Present and Futur... @ Deadline
CFP: The Past, Present and Futur... @ Deadline
Sep 1 all-day
From Museum-L: Call for Papers The Past, Present and Future of Public Musicology Westminster Choir College of Rider University January 30 – February 1, 2015 Abstract Deadline:  September 1, 2014 To further research on how music scholars, performers, educators, journalists
Sep
5
Fri
all-day CFP: Art in Architecture/Archite... @ Deadline
CFP: Art in Architecture/Archite... @ Deadline
Sep 5 all-day
From H-DC: Latrobe Chapter of The Society of Architectural Historians 11th Biennial Symposium of the Historic Development of Metropolitan Washington, DC, March 21-22, 2015 Exploring Art in Architecture, Architecture in Art The Latrobe Chapter welcomes proposals for papers that investigate
Sep
10
Wed
all-day CFP: Legacies of Black Feminisms... @ Deadline
CFP: Legacies of Black Feminisms... @ Deadline
Sep 10 all-day
From H-AMSTY: What is the status of the black feminist tradition in the academy today? More urgently, how should we understand the black feminist tradition in relationship to queer and sexuality studies? How might we reconcile the animating influence of
Sep
17
Wed
8:30 am Symposium: Co-Creating Narrative... @ Jack Morton Auditorium, George Washington University, 805 21st Street NW, Washington, DC 20052
Symposium: Co-Creating Narrative... @ Jack Morton Auditorium, George Washington University, 805 21st Street NW, Washington, DC 20052
Sep 17 @ 8:30 am – Sep 18 @ 5:00 pm
From the National Park Service: The National Park Service and The George Washington University Museum Studies Program have organized a two-day public symposium, Co-Creating Narratives in Public Spaces.  The event for NPS administrators and interpreters, academics, museum professionals, and other humanities professionals,
Sep
18
Thu
all-day Conference: James Logan and the ...
Conference: James Logan and the ...
Sep 18 – Sep 21 all-day
From H-Pennsylvania: The McNeil Center for Early American Studies, The Library Company of Philadelphia, The Historical Society of Pennsylvania, and Stenton Museum are hosting an international interdisciplinary conference in Philadelphia that reconsiders early Pennsylvania culture in an Atlantic World context. James Logan (1674-1751), Provincial Secretary to the

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