The Association for the Advancement of Dutch-American Studies is an organization that encourages research and interest in the history, life, and culture of the Dutch in North America. The Association analyzes and describes the development of political and religious institutions, industry, science and the arts, education, and North American Netherlandic relations. It also publishes and distributes information on those same topics and sponsors a biennial meeting for persons who share these interests.
We're looking to re-launch H-Labor's book review series.
We'd like to do single book and film reviews as well as host roundtable discussions on current publications in labor and working calss history.
Below is a link to an article by Holly Else entitled "Ambitious open-access Plan S delayed to let research community adapt: Funders behind the policy tweak rules after major consultation," from the Nature website. In addition to postponing implementation of the Plan S open access rules, the coalition have agreed not to cap publication charges to authors (APCs) and relax the rules on "hybrid" journal publishing.
Members of the Ottoman and Turkish Studies Academic Community,
The H-Diplo publication schedule for the period 03 to 21 June is as follows:
Week of 03 June:
The H-Diplo publication schedule for the period 27 May to 14 June is as follows:
Week of 27 May:
Harare, Rabat, Paris 18 May 2019
The International Council of African Museums (AFRICOM)
Celebrates the Restitution of African Heritage on International Museum Day on 18th of May, 2019
To mark the 2019 International Museum Day (IMD), Africa, is celebrating with the rest of the world’s museums this year’s theme « Museums as Cultural Hubs—The Future of Tradition » to voice its support for the restitution of museum collections to the African continent this year and in years to come.
A QUOTE TO REMEMBER:
Public schools are at the center of the manufactured breakdown of the fabric of everyday life. They are under attack not because they are failing, but because they are public. Henry Giroux