The Georgia Archives (5800 Jonesboro Rd., Morrow, GA) invites proposals for presentations and posters for our 2019 symposium looking at land use in Georgia. We welcome proposals on a variety of topics, including but not limited to: urban planning, architecture, urban transportation in Atlanta, the 1996 Olympic Games, and Georgia’s land distribution systems. Use of Georgia Archives records is encouraged but not required.
THE HERZOG ERNST FELLOWSHIP Programme
Symposium: Follow the Map: Reflecting on 200 Years of the Harvard Map Collection
25 - 26 October 2018
Harvard Library, Cambridge, MA
An interdisciplinary symposium hosted by the Harvard Library and made possible through the generous gift of Abby Smith Rumsey, AB Radcliffe College, MA, PhD Harvard.
The event, Alternatives to the Present. A Conference on Architecture, Urbanism, Sociology, Development & Planning, seeks to critique the dichotomies involved in this increasingly confused scenario around urban development and regenration by bringing together various disciplines to interrogate the diversity of factors either limiting or activating the possibilities of an equitable urban future.
The context for this discussion is summarised as follows:
New article collection launch: What Guns Mean: The Symbolic Lives of Firearms (Palgrave Macmillan)
Managing Editor: Gino D'Oca
Assistant Editor: Jessica Torr
The Center for the Study of Inequality,
Social Justice and Policy
2018 - 2019 Academic Year
Call for Papers: In/Justice in Higher Ed and at Home
Sacred Journeys 6th Global Conference
Rare Book School is Now Accepting Applications for Fall 2018 & Winter 2019 Courses
Applications are now being accepted for six Rare Book School courses offered this fall and winter at the Morgan Library & Museum, the Library of Congress, and the University of Virginia. Visit https://rarebookschool.org/news/fall-winter-2018/ for more details.
In New York City (28 October–2 November):
- The Book of Hours, 1250–1550; taught by Roger S. Wieck.
In Washington, DC (2–7 December):