CA State Archives Releases Nearly 3,000 Newly Digitized Photos of Early 20th Century Life and Landmarks

"The California State Archives has completed one of its largest digitization projects ever. The collection features nearly 3,000 photographs taken by native Californians William M. and Grace McCarthy from approximately 1905 to 1938. The McCarthys traveled extensively during the early years of automobile travel, as newly constructed highways connected people and places throughout the United States and beyond, providing pictorial documentation of a pivotal period in our nation’s history."

CFP WHA2018 San Antonio Looking for panel(ists)

Dear colleagues,

I would like to join or put up a panel for the Western History Association conference in San Antonio in Oct. 2018 (general theme : re-imagining Race and Ethnicity in the West).
I am working on two very different projects that I could present if scholars of the network would be interested in co-organizing a panel (I am located over seas).

Looking for Panel(ists) for WHA2018 in San Antonio

Dear colleagues,

I would like to join or put up a panel for the Western History Association conference in San Antonio in Oct. 2018 (general theme : re-imagining Race and Ethnicity in the West).
I am working on two very different projects that I could present if scholars of the network would be interested in co-organizing a panel (I am located over seas).

California American Studies Association Conference

Please join us at the 2017 annual meeting of the California American Studies Association, to be held April 28 and April 29 at California State University, Long Beach. The complete program is here http://amst.fullerton.edu/CASA%202017%20Program.pdf

David Roediger's keynote address, "What Is this 'White' in White Working Class?" will be Saturday, April 29th, at 10:45 am. Other panels will include reflections on American Studies and activism, especially in California. 

 

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