Studying Civil War Trauma through the 5th New Hampshire Volunteer Infantry

The H-CivWar Authors' Blog

In this post for the H-CivWar Author's Blog, Hugh Dubrulle introduces his research on the 5th New Hampshire Volunteer Infantry and how individual soldiers in the regiment, along with the unit as a whole, dealt with trauma during the Civil War.

 

The Digital Archives of the Brazilian National Library – Part 2, by Fernando Miramontes Forattini

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I am pleased to continue with part two on the Brazilian National Library, which focuses in more detail on the visual sources the institution has to offer. If you missed the first part, which looked at the repository in a more general way, click here.

Laura Clay's Split from the Kentucky Equal Rights Association

KY Woman Suffrage

One of the most intriguing aspects of the Kentucky equal rights movement is the tension that led to Laura Clay’s break from the Kentucky Equal Rights Association (KERA) and the National Woman Suffrage Association (NAWSA). From the establishment of KERA in 1888, Clay had dedicated her life to the organization and fighting for women’s rights.

The Digital Archives of the Brazilian National Library by Fernando Miramontes Forattini

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After a brief pause, I am pleased to continue our series on digital repositories with two posts on Brazil’s Biblioteca Nacional Digital (BNDigital). We begin with a general overview and continue with a specific post that discusses their iconographic material and goes into a little more depth on their usage rules.

Call for Guest Bloggers: Transnational, Digital, and Physical Repositories

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H-LatAmist@s: I hope you are all doing well in this trying time. I know you are incredibly busy, eking out some time for research, transformng courses, programs, and institutions (once again) for the fall, and trying to stay physically and mentally healthy.

How to Find Documentaries in Mexican Film Archives: A Quick Guide by Gaurav Pai

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Today we pause our digital mini-series to return to a post about (mostly) physical repositories. I am pleased to present Gaurav Pai, a PhD Candidate and pre-doctoral instructor in the Department of Cinema and Media Studies at the University of Washington in Seattle. Pai studies and teaches about media technologies, documentaries, and non-theatrical film.

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