The Historical Society of Pennsylvania’s digital history project Preserving American Freedom has made it to the finalist list for the DH (Digital History) Awards for projects for a public audience. Voting is now open, and, as you’ll see, we’ve got some pretty impressive competition. It is a tribute to Rachel Moloshok and all the HSP staff who contributed to this project that we have made it this far. Please vote for it – and have your friends do so as well. Feel free to distribute this email widely. Just ask that folks only vote once.
H-Pennsylvania is a network for scholars, teachers, archivists, librarians, and others interested in the history and culture of Pennsylvania.
As long time H-Pennsylvania list members can plainly see, we've undergone some changes, and there are more to come! But let's keep the conversation going and the information flowing. We still want all the CFP's, announcements, queries, and all other things Pennsylvanian that we loved on H-Pennsylvania.
To submit them now, simply scroll down to the "Write New Discussion Post" link on this page. Enter your post in the field that pops up, add a few tags (or "keywords"), and click "Review" at the bottom of the page. Everything look OK? Then click "Submit to Editor" at the bottom of the review page and that's it! And there's a more elaborate version of these instructions here: https://networks.h-net.org/node/905/pages/977/submit-discussion-post.
CFP's sent to H-Pennsylvania will all appear on this page.
Welcome one and all to the new H-Pennsylvania!
The search for new editors to run H-Pennsylvania has yielded an AMAZING team of Pennsylvania scholars and historians from a range of institutions and professional backgrounds. They will be taking over shortly and I have a feeling they are going to do some wonderful things.
Call for Papers
Fraktur and the Everyday Lives of Germans
in Pennsylvania and the Atlantic World, 1683–1850
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 5-7 March 2015