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The Triangle Early American History Seminar (TEAHS) is pleased to announce its 2019-2020 Schedule. The Triangle Early American History Seminar meets on Fridays at 4 at the National Humanities Center (7 TW Alexander Drive, Durham, NC) in either the West Conference Room (second floor) or Main Conference Room (first floor).
The Graduate Student Luncheon (Friday, November 8 at 11:45 am) is an annual Association event made possible by a bequest from John and LaWanda Cox. This year’s Graduate Student Luncheon at the Galt House Hotel in Louisville, Kentucky, will explore several themes, including: teaching in the digital age; publishing manuscripts; becoming a public historian; and doing digital history. Graduate students will choose their preferred topic and be seated with relevant experts from a variety of backgrounds for intense, small group discussions.
- Matthew H.
“The Power of Maps and the Politics of Borders”