What happens to evidence after a criminal trial? Tamson and Olivia go looking for answers and find themselves in the shadow of one of the worst miscarriages of justice in Australian history. History Lab is an investigative history podcast produced by the Australian Centre for Public History in collaboration with 2SER 107.3. More information at https://historylab.net
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Toronto, June 1, 2018
Hi Michele, 2 quick sources - although very old, The Longest Hatred was a 3 part TV series you may still find useful for historical context- https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0229537/ I still use an episode for teaching. For recent material perform a search at https://www.memri.org/tv Regards, Darren
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DEADLINE EXTENDED: JULY 1, 2018
Anyone know of a good film about antisemitism, particularly one which includes rabid anti-Israel-ism as a form of antisemitism?
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Call for Papers
International Conference on
“Forced Migration and Environment in the Indian Ocean World, past to present”
Indian Ocean World Centre (IOWC), McGill University
7-8 December 2018
Hosted by the Indian Ocean World Centre (IOWC), McGill University, in collaboration with the University of Glasgow
The American Academy of Research Historians of Medieval Spain (AARHMS) welcomes applications for our newly-renamed Simon Barton Memorial Junior Scholar Travel Grants. In 2018, AARHMS will offer up to three grants of $500 each in support of travel for research or conference presentations in the field of medieval Iberian history. These grants are offered in memory of Simon Barton, a historian of medieval Iberia whose research was surpassed in quality only by the depth of his commitment to mentoring young scholars.
As part of its "MIT and Slavery" initiative, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology hosted a roundtable discussion on "The Task of History." Among their topics was the relevance of history in a university focused on science, math, engineering and technology.
You can find an article describing the comments by four MIT historians and links to other resources including the webcast of the discussion here: