H-OIEAHC is sponsored by the Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture, Williamsburg, Virginia. Moderator of H-OIEAHC is John Saillant, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Michigan.

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WWW: WMQ Current Book Reviews & Web Supplements

The William and Mary Quarterly April 2015 book reviews are freely available on line now, as are abstracts and web supplements for current articles. Navigate to:


To find the OI Reader for iTunes, which includes additional access to book reviews, navigate to:


CFPanels/Papers: Translation & Transmission in the Early Americas, 6/2016, U Maryland

Dear Colleagues,

A quick reminder about the upcoming first deadline for sending proposals for complete panels, incomplete panels, and individual papers for next year's conference on Translation and Transmission in the Early Americas by 15 May, 2015. Please include a 1-page CV with your proposal. Accepted proposals for incomplete panels will be re-posted for a second round of call for paper proposals.

Digital Antiquarian Conference at AAS, 5/29-30

Please join us for the Digital Antiquarian Conference one month from today! The conference, May 29-30, 2015, will open up questions related to digitization, cataloguing, and research design, exploring applications of digital tools and methods to diverse library materials, and identifying needs and opportunities in the development of critical bibliography appropriate to 21st-century tools.

CFP: Encyclopedia on the Spanish Empire

Colleagues, I am seeking contributors (graduate students welcome) for the following 1000-word encyclopedia entries for a forthcoming encyclopedia on the Spanish empire, The Spanish Empire: A Historical Encyclopedia, eds. H. Micheal Tarver, Carolyn Neel, and Emily Slape (forthcoming in two vols from ABC-Clio in 2016). Micheal Tarver