The Samuel Proctor Oral History Program at the University of Florida is pleased to announce a national 3-day event on African American history to commemorate the opening of the Joel Buchanan African American Oral History Archive, and would like to extend an invitation to students and scholars from other universities and community organizations to attend this event. The symposium will feature outstanding panels, films, exhibits, and lectures on African American history in university, community, and activist settings.
(Im)Mobility and the (Re-)Combination of Knowledge in the Mamluk period
Towards a conceptual intellectual history
Call for papers – International Conference and Collective Volume
Dr. Mohammad Gharaibeh (Bonn University)
The Rocky Mountain Military Affairs Society presents a free public lecture, "Colorado Military Historical Group: Modern Reenacting and Living History in Colorado," by Mr Frank Scholer. Frank Scholer is one of the founding members of the CMHG and has served as the CO for four years. He has been a reenactor for over 10 years, during which he has traveled to France on two occasions to serve as a Stars and Stripes correspondent for a 2nd Armored recreation tour of World War II actions.
Education, Design and Practice - Underst
California History is seeking articles for its Public History column. The journal is interested in a broad range of topics and perspectives pertaining to historical engagement with the broader public in California, including, but not limited to:
Reminder: CALL FOR PROPOSALS: Submission Deadline May 21, 2018
TEACHING UNDERGRADUATES WITH ARCHIVES, November 7-9, 2018
Join us as we explore how evidence from the past impacts today.
Collaborate | Design | Evaluate | Research
The Bentley Historical Library invites faculty, archivists, and students to visit the University of Michigan for a free symposium, with meals provided.
Event Website: www.teachingwitharchives.com
SOCIETY BANQUET TO FEATURE MANROSS LECTURE