Now that Groundhog Day and the Super Bowl are behind us, spring cannot far behind--even if the groundhog did see his shadow. The Mid-Atlantic Regional Center for the Humanities at Rutgers-Camden will be offering three historic preservation workshops, beginning March 10. Registration is open now.
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The January 2018 issue of the Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography (PMHB) is now available in print and online. Contents include:
Call for Papers
Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography
Special Issue: Women and Politics in Pennsylvania History
The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography is issuing a call for articles to be included in a special issue on women and politics in Pennsylvania history, scheduled for publication in October 2020.
The editors seek submissions of the following two sorts.
The Historical Society of Pennsylvania
Balch Institute Fellowships in Ethnic and/or 20th-Century History and
Albert M. Greenfield Fellowship in 20th-Century History