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Aaron Keirns to Speak at Garst Museum on Shenandoah Disaster

Aaron Keirns to Speak at Garst Museum on Shenandoah Disaster

            On Sunday, March 15, author and historian Aaron Keirns will present a program about the crash of the dirigible Shenandoah at the Garst Museum in Greenvile, Ohio. Keirns, a graduate of The Ohio State University, has a degree in anthropology. He has worked in graphic design and marketing and has taught at the college level.

Ohio History Journal accepting submissions

Ohio History journal is now semiannual and seeking submissions!

Beginning in 2016, Ohio History will be available twice a year, in spring and fall. Articles will be published in half the time, and the journal’s rich offerings will be served up in a double portion.

For more than 120 years Ohio History, a peer-reviewed journal, has published scholarly essays, research notes, edited primary documents, and book reviews.

Author: 
Stephen Warren
Reviewer: 
Joshua J. Jeffers

Jeffers on Warren, 'The Worlds the Shawnees Made: Migration and Violence in Early America'


Stephen Warren. The Worlds the Shawnees Made: Migration and Violence in Early America. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2014. 336 pp. $39.95 (cloth), ISBN 978-1-4696-1173-0.

Reviewed by Joshua J. Jeffers (Indiana University-Purdue University-Indianapolis (IUPUI) )
Published on H-Ohio (February, 2015)
Commissioned by Jon S. Miller

Now seeking applicants for the 2015 NEH Summer Institute for College Faculty: Paul Laurence Dunbar and American Literary History!

Known during his lifetime as the "Poet Laureate of the Negro race," Paul Laurence Dunbar was, at the time of his death, the most famous poet in America. Join us as we examine Dunbar's role in American literature as well as his influence on a subsequent generation of authors in the Harlem Renaissance.

Dates:  July 13-31, 2015

Location:  Columbus, Ohio

Contact: Becki Trivison, 614-297-2527 or rtrivison@ohiohistory.org for more information!

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