QUERY: Help Needed: Special Exhibition "Cosmos Coffee"

Dear H-LatAm-members,

the Deutsches Museum in Munich, Germany is preparing a special and traveling exhibition entitled "Cosmos Coffee". It will feature coffee as global product from an intersectional perspective including biological, chemical, technical, economic and cultural sections.

I'm currently looking for objects and images for several sections of the exhibition:

Papers of Andrew Jackson online

The Papers of Andrew Jackson project at the University of Tennessee is pleased to announce that our latest volume, Volume X:1832, published in 2016, has been added to our University of Virginia Press Rotunda digital edition at http://www.upress.virginia.edu/content/papers-andrew-jackson-digital-edition.  This edition offers advanced features, including cross-searchability with the large Rotunda stable of other Early Republic editions and direct one-click links from transcriptio

Roundtable on Hollinger's _Protestants Abroad_ (x-h-diplo)

Our friends at H-Diplo commissioned a roundtable review of David Hollinger's recent Protestants Abroad: How Missionaries Tried to Change the World but Changed America.  (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2017).  The entire discussion can be found and printed here.  The reviewers include: Albert Wu, American University of Paris; Charles W.

Religious Newspapers and Writings, 1898

Since 2015, I've been working on a project regarding the Spanish-American War in NJ's Gateway Region (Bergen, Essex, Hudson, Passaic, Union and Middlesex counties). Last summer, I decided to focus my research on religious attitudes in the region during the war, because I noticed that there was markedly less conflict between Catholics and Protestants in the region than would be expected, given the heated religious rhetoric that surrounded the conflict.

Research Query: Tanakh/תנ״ך

I have seen Tanakh described as "the traditional name" for the Hebrew Bible — which it seems to me cannot be right.  (That, I think, would have been Mikra.)

Can anyone point me to the history of this word?  The dictionaries assign it to "the modern period" (which seems obvious), but … who coined it and when?  How long did it take to catch on?

 

thanks,

Michael Carasik

Re: Presence of delegates from Portuguese African colonies at socialist conferences

I can only offer some fragments on this. There was evidently a PAIGC representative at the UK Labour Party Annual Conference in 1973 (1-5 October in Blackpool). Portuguese Africa was quite a prominent issue at the event because of the recent – fiercely contested – official visit of Caetano to London. Also, of course, the conference came just weeks after the PAIGC’s declaration of independence for Guinea-Bissau.

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