Guest Editor: Joe Crespino
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The Elphinstone Institute, University of Aberdeen, is proud to be hosting Professor Regina Bendix for our annual David Buchan Lecture tomorrow, Thursday, 28 November, 6:30pm (1:30pm US Eastern Time). The title of the talk is 'Memorial Interventions: Negotiating Paths through Complicated Pasts'.
Dear H-Folk members,
I forward the following job offer on behalf of Avi Staiman. His company Academic Language Experts is dedicated to assisting academic scholars to translate, edit and format their research for publication. The company is now recruiting academic translators and editors (freelance). The job offer with the number 56032 can be found on the H-Net job Guide, an archived version can be found here: https://www.h-net.org/jobs/job_display.php?id=56032.
Guest Edited by Thomas David DuBois, the Summer 2018 issue of Pakistan Journal of Historical Studies on “Animals Without Borders” is now out. The semiannual scholarly journal is published by Indiana University Press, USA.
Dear colleagues, I forward the following on behalf of Phil J. Philip Gruen, Associate Professor School of Design and Construction Washington State University. As a member of the Conference Fellowships Committee for the Vernacular Architecture Forum (VAF),
he would like to inform you about the VAF Access and Ambassador Awards for the VAF’s upcoming conference in Philadelphia, May 29-June 1, 2018: