CfP: the Rural, Agricultural, and Environmental Network of the Social Science History Association (2021)

Dr. Josh MacFadyen and Dr. Susan Leonard, the co-representatives for the Rural, Agricultural, and Environmental Network of the Social Science History Association, are inviting panel and individual paper proposals for the SSHA annual meeting in Philadelphia, PA, November 11-14, 2021The theme this year is "Crisis, Conjunctures, Turning Points: Theory and Method in Turbulent Times," and the full call for papers is available here.

Call for Panelists/SHCY 2021 - education and resistance

Hello all,

My name is Rachael A. Beyer and I'm a PhD candidate at the University of Delaware, writing my dissertation on the Future Farmers of America and the influential role of its students on U.S. farm policy. I am hoping to present a paper on Japanese American students who, upon imprisonment in WW2 internment camps, formed FFA chapters despite directives from the national office that they could not do so. I am hoping to form or join a panel related to education, resistance, and agency and can be reached at rachaelb@udel.edu

Journal TOC: Agricultural History 94.3

The Agricultural History Society is pleased to share below the table of contents for the summer issue of Agricultural History (vol. 94, no. 3). For the full issue, including open-access content, see our JSTOR page.

Agricultural History, volume 94, number 3 (Summer 2020)

Theory and Method: An Analysis of European and American Animal Breeding Practices, from the Eighteenth to the Twenty-First Century, by Margaret E. Derry

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