Tag: Conferences

CFP Deadline Extended for Oral History in the Mid-Atlantic Region Conference

The deadline for submitting proposals to the 2017 Oral History in the Mid-Atlantic Region Conference, “Oral History and the City,” has been extended to February 15.

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CFP–Pippi to Ripley 4: Sex and Gender in Children’s Lit, Fantasy, Science Fiction, Comics

Pippi to Ripley 4 is an interdisciplinary conference with a focus on women and gender in imaginative fiction. We invite papers devoted to fictional characters in all media.

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Eastern State Penitentiary Receives Award from National Trust for Historic Preservation

The National Trust for Historic Preservation awarded Eastern State Penitentiary its annual Trustees Emeritus Award for Historic Site Stewardship.

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41st Annual Conference on DC Historical Studies Seeks Volunteers

The planning committee for the 41st Annual Conference on DC Historical Studies has issued a call for volunteers for the upcoming event. Volunteers are needed for a number of duties.

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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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