The Pacific Historical Review recently published the following article that may interest H-1960s list subscribers:
-"'Pestered with Inhabitants': Aldo Leopold, William Vogt, and More Trouble with Wilderness" by Miles A. Powell
I'm looking for scholarly articles or books addressing the popularisation of Kabbalah in the 1960s in the the United States, particulary the impact of the translation of Gershom Scholem's works into English.
Dear Fellow Historians,
Have you used digitized archival photographs as historical evidence in your scholarly activities?
I am a doctoral candidate in the School of Information & Library Science at UNC Chapel Hill. As part of my doctoral research, I am seeking to conduct interviews with individuals who have used digitized photographs in their scholarly activities (teaching, publications, presentations, or related research pursuits).
St. John's University's History department convenes its second World History Theory and Practice conference in order to advance theories and to consider practices of world history. The conference will offer panels on both research and teaching with the aim of fostering research-driven conversations on the teaching of world history. Proposals can address any one or more of the conference themes: gender, technology, culture, in world history. See previous post of January 27, or visit conference website for full CFP.
I am attaching some information about two new films from Women Make Movies that might be of interest to you:
In honor of Black History Month, Women Make Movies is thrilled to announce the release of REFLECTIONS UNHEARD: Black Women in Civil Rights (http://bit.ly/reflectionsunheard) and LIVING THINKERS: An Autobiography of Black Women in the Ivory Tower (http://bit.ly/livingthinkers).
Please see below the Call for Papers for the Australian Women's History Network Symposium 2015.