Editors: Tiffany M. Gill and Keisha N. Blain
Welcome to H-US1918-45, a member of H-Net Humanities & Social Sciences OnLine. H-US1918-45, The New Deal era and its Origins, provides a forum for research and teaching the history of the United States, from 1918 to 1945.
The use of the term collaboration today implies social engagement and relational aesthetics to the extent that earlier instances of collaboration are often discussed relative to these developments in contemporary art history. This session considers how collaboration is, and has always been, a vital part of the artistic process by including parties or relationships previously thought to be inconsequential. Specifically, we look to explore how collaboration is manifested in the conceptualization of a work and in the form that work takes.
A valuable collection of materials at the University of Detroit-Mercy, pertaining to the life and work of Father Coughlin. It includes digital reproductions of the printed texts of his radio broadcasts, an almost complete run of his newspaper Social Justice, and copies of the weekly parish newsletter for his National Shrine of the Little Flower.
An address by Ellen S. Woodward, Assistant Administrator in charge of Women's Activities, at the Democratic Women's Regional Conference for Southeastern States, held at Tampa, Fla., March 19, 1936, on the contribution of the Works Progress Administration to reducing unemployment particularly for women.
Collected information on the Civilian Conservation Corps and its legacy gathered from source documents, archives, private collections, interviews and official reports.