Sources of the Month: “Perpetual Waiting: Analyzing Dieters’ Time in WW’s Instagram Posts,” by Or Glicklich and Sara Cohen Shaboot and “Marketing Diets to Dudes: Health, Bodies, and Selves on Weight Watchers,” by Emily J.H. Contois

May’s first source of the month is Or Glicklich and Sara Cohen Shaboot’s recent article, “Perpetual Waiting: Analyzing Dieters’ Time in WW’s Instagram Posts,” in Fat Studies

HIRA&hps.cesee online book Launch: Ukrainian Science between Empires, with Fabian Bauman, Iwona Dadej & Martin Rohde

HIRA&hps.cesee Book Launch: Ukrainian Science between Empires, with Fabian Bauman, Iwona Dadej & Martin Rohde. Thursday, April 28, 18:00-19:00 Vienna / 19:00-20:00 Kyiv / 12:00-13:00 New York

 

Source of the Month: “Fare of Slaves on Plantations,” April 26, 1850 in Frederick Douglass’ newspaper The North Star

The source of the month for March is a primary source, a brief 1850 article entitled “Fare of Slaves on Plantations” and published under the name “Pract. Christian” in The North Star, a newspaper founded and edited by Frederick Douglass.

History of Education Research in Current Periodicals (#257)

EDUCATION HISTORY ARTICLES in CURRENT PERIODICALS (#257). Below is a list of recent publications relating to the History of Education. As always, we focus on studies relating to the History of Education (“the history of instruction”) rather than History Education (“the instruction of History”).

A Call for Environmental History Comps & Quals Reading Lists - NiCHE

As part of the Network in Canadian History and Environment's ongoing interest in expanding our Teaching and Education Resources, we’re currently collecting comprehensive/qualifying exam reading lists in environmental history and adjacent fields. Graduate students and newly-minted PhDs: send your lists our way! We’ll give them a home on the NiCHE website where they’ll be available for others to peruse, learn from, and be inspired by.

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