We’re incredibly excited by the enthusiastic response to the Oral History Jukebox Workshop, taking place at the 2018 AHA Annual Meeting this January! Thanks so much for your interest in contributing to the conversation.
As the workshop is nearly reaching capacity, we wanted to be sure to put one last call out for submitting excerpts to be included in our lightning round opener, with a new deadline of December 1.
I am writing to share an online exhibit created in conjunction with the Homer D. Babbidge Library at the University of Connecticut on the history of bibliotherapy, or the use of books as medicine, in World War I.
HAVE YOU EVER READ A BOOK AND FELT HEALED BY IT?
Date: Saturday, November 11, 2017
Where: The Garst Museum, Greenville, Ohio
Garst Museum Hosts Free Veterans Day Program Featuring Dr. Jonathan Winkler’s Lecture on World War I
Interdisciplinary Conference on Race