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People and Places (online) Fall 2020 Lectures - UNM Center for Southwest Research and Special Collections

People and Places (online) Fall 2020 Lectures - UNM Center for Southwest Research and Special Collections

Please contact Tomas Jaehn for additional information.  Tomas Jaehn, CSWR Director, tjaehn@unm.edu

 

Megan Kate Nelson on the Battle of Valverde, New Mexico, February 21, 1862

Dear H-NewMexico Subscribers,

In case you are interested in New Mexico and the Civil War, here is a link to a short article on the pivotol 1862 Battle of Valverde by Megan Kate Nelson: http://werehistory.org/the-battle-of-valverde-new-mexico-february-21-1862/. The article is derived from Nelson's new book, The Three Cornered Hat: The Union, the Confederacy, and Native Peoples in the Fight for the West, just published by Scribner. 

Carter Jones Meyer 

Center of the American West Summer Workshop in Applied History

CU Boulder's Center of the American West will host an all expense paid three-week Summer Workshop that will provide an opportunity for participants to work with accomplished practitioners of Applied History. Here is your chance to take a deep dive into the “repurposing” and development of a range of practical skills, for free,

CFP Call fo Papers

Call for Papers/Proposals

The Africana Studies Program at The University of New Mexico has entered its 50th year. In homage to the discipline, our practitioners, and supporters, we will host the Inaugural Southwest Conference on Black Studies. Through the conference, we hope to reinforce the founding pillars of the discipline and reflect on our long-standing commitment to academic excellence and social responsibility.

We welcome paper and panel/workshop proposals on any of the following topics. Abstracts with a focus on the southwest are particularly encouraged.

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