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Job Announcement/Hagley Center/Associate Director and Oral Historian

JOB ANNOUNCEMENT: ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR AND ORAL HISTORIAN

 

Hagley Museum and Library in Wilmington, DE, seeks a full-time, year-round Associate Director and Oral Historian for its Center for the History of Business, Technology, and Society. The position includes full benefits and provisions for scholarly work, including travel and attendance at professional meetings. Hagley Library is an independent research library devoted to documenting the history of American business, technology, and industrial design.

 

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CFP: North American Labor History Conference DEADLINE EXTENDED to 5/20/16

DEADLINE EXTENSION for the Call for Papers for this year’s North American Labor History Conference (NALHC) 

New Deadline: May 20.

 Based on the submissions that have already come in, however, we have particular 
need for…

 A paper on post-1967 Detroit

 A paper on farmworker organizing, preferably in California

 A paper on state/employer repression of labor

 A paper on urban migrants in the late 19th century

 A paper on a contemporary labor struggle

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