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Newberry Scholarly Seminars: June 4 deadline

From Thomas Castillo, H-Net Labor Co-Editor 

This past week I heard from Elizabeth Tandy Shermer that the Newberry Seminar series had an upcoming June 4th deadline for proposals. There are several relevant seminars for H-Net Labor subscribers to consider. The History of Capitalism and Labor History are two that I thought were particularly interesting ones. Here is a link to submit a proposal: https://www.newberry.org/scholarly-seminar-proposal-form

Georgia State University Libraries Awarded National Grant To Digitize Historically Significant Labor and Civil Rights Materials

Georgia State University Library is pleased to announce that we have received  $350,000 grant from the Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR) to digitize and provide access to the GSU Southern Labor Archives’ American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO) Civil Rights Southeast Division and the University of Maryland’s George Meany Memorial Archives national-level records from the AFL, CIO and AFL-CIO Civil Rights.  This collaboration with t

Correction with Link: REMINDER: MAY DAY LIVE: ROUNDTABLE SESSION ON COLE'S BEN FLETCHER: THE LIFE AND TIMES OF A BLACK WOBBLY

REVIEWS ARE BACK ON H-LABOR!

Co-sponsored by LAWCHA, this H-Labor roundtable event is intended to be a first among many. as well as a moment for us to  commemorate Mayday.

The discussion features:

Ahmed White, Lara Vapnek, Tobias Higbie, and Jasper Conner who will discuss Peter Cole’s new book Ben Fletcher: The Life and Times of a Black Wobbly, moderated by Kofui Attoh.

REMINDER: MAY DAY LIVE: ROUNDTABLE SESSION ON COLE'S BEN FLETCHER: THE LIFE AND TIMES OF A BLACK WOBBLY

REVIEWS ARE BACK ON H-LABOR!

Co-sponsored by LAWCHA, this H-Labor roundtable event is intended to be a first among many. as well as a moment for us to  commemorate Mayday.

The discussion features:

Ahmed White, Lara Vapnek, Tobias Higbie, and Jasper Conner who will discuss Peter Cole’s new book Ben Fletcher: The Life and Times of a Black Wobbly, moderated by Kofui Attoh.

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