The Journal for the History of Knowledge is inviting submissions for stand-alone articles.
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Ai componenti il Comitato scientifico del convegno internazionale “Storia postale, sguardi multidisciplinari, sguardi diacronici”
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Under Three Flags, the Postal History of the Spanish-Cuban/American War
Greetings, H-Postal-History Folks!
The New Haven Free Public Library and partner Yale Humanities wanted to bring to your attention a virtual discussion on Democracy and the USPS with professor and author Philip Rubio (Undelivered: From the Great Postal Strike of 1970 to the Manufactured Crisis of the USPS). We hope you can join us for this important, timely discussion!
DEMOCRACY IN THE UNITED STATES AND THE IDEA OF THE POST OFFICE.
A Virtual Discussion with Philip Rubio
Tuesday, October 27th, 7-8 pm
The 2020 Postal History Symposium is a biennial event, jointly hosted by the American Philatelic Society, the American Philatelic Research Library, the National Postal Museum and this year by the U.S. Philatelic Classics Society. The symposium which has been held since 2006 provides a forum for philatelists, academic scholars, postal historians, and the interested public to discuss and present research that integrates philately or the history of postal operations into the broader context of world history.
Apologies for crossposting.
We have a fully-funded PhD studentship at Kingston University, UK, to work on medical careers in the British Post Office. This research is part of Addressing Health, a three year Wellcome-funded project that explores morbidity, mortality and occupational health in the Victorian and Edwardian Post Office.