This week in the twittersphere, the podcast The Dig hosted by Daniel Denver explores slavery in New England and the broader Atlantic World in the newly released episode, “Capitalism and Slavery, Pt.
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"Here's something you don't hear every day: a Supreme Court justice grilling the top brass of the Nazi Party in court. But archivists are working to digitize thousands of old audio recordings of the Nuremberg trials, which will then be released to the public, likely in 2020."
Call for Undergraduate Research Papers for the Pencak Prize
Nominations are now open for the Pennsylvania Historical Association’s 2019 William Pencak Award for the best undergraduate research paper about Pennsylvania and/or mid-Atlantic history.
An interesting piece appeared on Spectrum News from the Bay Area on the devotion to Tonantzin in conjunction with the Cruz de Mayo in the Iztaccihuatl - Popocatepetl region.