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Call for articles - Historia y Cultura Issue N°28

The National Museum of Archaeology, Anthropology, and History of Peru (MNAAHP) invites scholars to submit articles for its 28th issue of Historia y Cultura, humanities research journal. The journal publishes articles in History, Anthropology, Ethnohistory, Spanish studies, and other related disciplines within the scope of the Atlantic World with an emphasis in Latin America. Besides original research, the journal receives source analysis, and translation of papers relevant to its range of studies.

March Boston Environmental History Seminars

Massachusetts Historical Society

We have TWO seminars scheduled for this coming month; the March 17 program is the seminar postponed from February 10.

Tuesday, March 10, at 5:15 PM

Andrew W. Kahrl, University of Virginia

 “Fear of an Open Beach: The Privatization of the Connecticut Shore and the Fate of Coastal America”

Comment: Karl Haglund, Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation

ANN: H-Net reviews posted to the web 16 Feb 2015 - 23 Feb 2015

The following reviews were posted to various H-Net web sites between 16 Feb 2015 and 23 Feb 2015, and may be of interest to H-Atlantic subscribers.

Reviewed for H-Albion by Nancy L. Rhoden
    Pettigrew, William A..  _Freedom's Debt: The Royal African Company
    and the Politics of the Atlantic Slave Trade, 1672-1752_.  Chapel
    Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2013.  272 pp.  $45.00,
    ISBN 978-1-4696-1181-5.