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H-Net Job Guide, week of 20 June 2016


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AMERICAN HISTORY / STUDIES

EXTENDED submission deadline for AFEC’s Paris conference, “ Defining Canada, 1867-2017: values, practices and representations”: August 1st 2016

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE / CONGRESS OF THE FRENCH ASSOCIATION OF CANADIAN STUDIES

Paris, 14-16 June 2017

DEFINING CANADA, 1867-2017: VALUES, PRACTICES AND REPRESENTATIONS

Harriet Tubman and Andrew Jackson: A Match Made in the U.S. Treasury Department, by Broyld and Warshauer

This week at Borealia, Professors dann j. Broyld and Matthew Warshauer present a transnational perspective on the decision to put Harriet Tubman on the U.S. $20 bill. The post is jointly published by Borealia and The Republic, the new blog of the Society for Historians of the Early American Republic (SHEAR). Here's a taste of the essay:

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