The Equine History Collective is sponsoring two seminars on the topics below. Seminar leaders have issued a CFP for participants to work collectively on these topics and present at the 2022 EHC Conference at Purdue University. Please let me know if you have any questions.
Thanks, Kathryn Renton
EHC Seminars: Call for Participants: https://equinehistory.wpcomstaging.com/2021/09/14/ehc-seminars-call-for-participants/?fbclid=IwAR1lfsKXfKWYAj-nuQXuD4EYGfyZIzB0z1k6VQKq-AEkiwMI-6aWhXuQJr4
EHC Seminars explore a subject of shared concern related to equine history, theory, and methods. Seminar leaders will guide their group of discussants in developing an end product, such as an article, a list of resources, an exhibit, or a new collaborative project. Each group will present its progress at the annual EHC conference in the spring.
Apply now to be part of an EHC Seminar. The seminar organizers are now accepting applications from anyone who would like to participate in them. The general topic of each seminar is described below. For more information about each seminar, how to apply, and the contact information of the organizers, please click on the links below.
Equine Breeds: The Thoroughbred
Organizers: Kristen Guest and Monica Mattfeld
Application deadline: Oct. 15
Archaeology for Historians, History for Archaeologists: Cross-Disciplinary Approaches in Human-Equid Studies
Organizers: Helene Benkert, Katherine Kanne, Kim Chun Ho, and Camille Mai Lan Vo Van Qui
Application deadline: Nov. 1