The Association for Gravestone Studies requests scholarly paper submissions for its virtual annual conference, June 18-27, 2021. Research on all aspects of the study of gravestones, cemeteries, or closely related topics is eligible: preservation and management issues, carver studies, marker styles and motifs, interpretative programming, burial practices, historic surveys, cemetery histories, etc. Previous presenters have come from art, art history, architecture, folklore, conservation, genealogy, anthropology, historic preservation, popular culture, and other allied fields.
Welcome to H-Local, a member of H-Net Humanities & Social Sciences OnLine. H-LOCAL encourages scholarly discussion of state and local history and museums and makes available diverse bibliographical, research and teaching aids.
The Outer Banks History Center (OBHC), an archives and special collections library located in Manteo, NC, invites scholars interested in eastern North Carolina history to apply for its 2021 summer research stipend.
By John Marks, Director, Public History Research Lab and Senior Manager, Strategic Initiatives
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