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CFP: Edges of the Great Salt Lake

The winter 2019 issue of Utah Historical Quarterly will focus on a special theme: the edges of the Great Salt Lake, where the water meets the land. We welcome short or long research articles, biographies, primary documents, photographic essays, and archaeological field notes and case studies related to that dynamic border. We are especially interested in wetlands, waterfowl hunting, bird refuges, boats, and development along the lake's edges. We also welcome essays that examine the lake in a larger environmental and cultural context.

Proof of African-American Voters in NJ Under the 1776 State Constitution?

I am presently working on a book about Thomas Mundy Peterson, the first African-American to vote in the U.S. under the Fifteenth Amendment in 1870. He voted in a Perth Amboy, NJ charter referendum the day after the Amendment became law. I have been researching Peterson for some time and decided that since 2020 will be the 150th anniversary of his vote, now is the time to expand this out into a full book!

Monsignor John O’Grady and the Making of Modern Catholic Charity

For all of his gregariousness, Monsignor John O’Grady is one of the lesser-known leaders in twentieth century American Catholic history. And yet, he is one of the founders and organizers of what is today known as Catholic Charities, USA, one of the largest charitable organizations in America, and of CARITAS, which carries the mission to serve and advocate for the poor globally. Like many a priest in the early twentieth-century United States, O’Grady was born in Ireland.

American Indian Ethos

Hi Everyone,

A colleague and I are working on a encyclopedic-like text on Ethos, and I'm looking for a few scholars to write about a specific ethos of a nation/tribe's respective ethos. One of my greatest concerns about these contributions is co-opting or colonizing an ethos, so if you or a small group of colleagues are part of that nation/tribe, this would be most helpful.

Lecture - Simon O'Meara, "Haptic Vision: Making Surface Sense of Islamic Material Culture," London, 29 June 2017

From: Simon O'Meara
Date: 22 June 2017
 
The Lucida Symposium: Vision in History, Theory and Practice 
 
Venue: Library, Asia House, London
Date: Thursday, 29th June, 3-6pm
 
Lecture programme including:
Simon O'Meara, "Haptic Vision: Making Surface Sense of Islamic Material Culture."
This lecture investigates an idea recently proposed in Islamic art history that non-figurative Islamic art is predominantly a haptic art and thus is more appropriately engaged by a "seeing hand," or a "fingeri

Announcement - Exhibition "Eid al-Fitr: Breaking the Fast" and Round Table, Lisbon

From: Sussan Babaie <sussan.babaie@courtauld.ac.uk>
Date: 24 June 2017
 
Dear Colleagues,
 
The Gulbenkian Museum in Lisbon has just opened the second of two exhibitions in 2017 focusing on its wonderful collection of Islamic arts.  In both cases, I co-curated the installations with my MA students at The Courtauld in close cooperation with the curators at The Gulbenkian, Clara Serra and Jorge Rodrigues.

CfP: An environmental history of wars in Central Europe in Hungarian Historical Review

Call for journal articles

The Hungarian Historical Review invites submissions for its third issue in 2018,
the theme of which will be

“An environmental history of wars in Central Europe”

The deadline for the submission of abstracts: September 30, 2017 The deadline for the accepted papers: January 31, 2018 

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