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H-Quilts needs editors!

Hello!

My name is Patrick Cox, Vice-President of Networks at H-NET and acting editor of H-Quilts. I must let you know H-Quilts editor Amanda Sikarskie and H-Quilts founder and editor Marsha MacDowell have both decided to step away from editorial duties on H-Quilts. H-Net, and I know H-Quilts subscribers, thank them for sharing their expertise and building this Network. As best I can tell from the Discussion Logs archive, Marsha has been toiling away on H-Quilts since May, 2000! We will not be without the benefit of their knowledge going forward: Marsha and Amanda have both agreed to join the H-Quilts Advisory Board, and we are happy about this.

The International Quilt Study Center & Museum announce their 2014 Summer Seminar

TMFD 890 Seminar – American Chintz Appliqué Quilts

--Open to both degree seeking and non-degree seeking students--

June 3-6, 2014

Meets MTWHF from 9-Noon and 1-3 pm

Carolyn Ducey, PhD, Instructor

ANN: Kyra Hicks Papers on Quilts Donated to MSU Museum

PRESS RELEASE East Lansing, Michigan February 19, 2014 Contact: Mary Worrall or Marsha MacDowell, Michigan State University

Museum Expanding MSU’s significant collection of African American quilt history

MSU MUSEUM RECEIVES DONATION OF KYRA HICK’S CONTEMPORARY AFRICAN AMERICAN QUILT HISTORY RESEARCH

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