The Oral History Association’s Principles and Best Practices Task force would like to welcome OHA members to review and comment on the suite of documents that will comprise our organization’s revised and updated Principles and Best Practices.
I am pleased to share details of my new publication of The Making of Early Kashmir.
The following free webinar might be of interest to scholars and students exploring environmental sustainability and per
The recent special issue of the journal Society & Animals focuses on wildlife conservation. I thought it may be of interest to many of you.
Update on Wildlife Conservation, Society & Animals 26(2) 2018 with guest editors Monica Ogra and Julie Urbanik, http://booksandjournals.brillonline.com/content/journals/15685306/26/2.
A list of contents is below.
3rd September 2018
This one-day workshop will reflect on how (and how not) to write the history of colonial Haiti in the wake of the recent aid scandal.
It will bring together representatives from United Haitians in the United Kingdom, the Ethical Journalism Network, the EU External Action Service, the Haiti Support Group and the Haitian ambassadorial delegation, as well as a range of academics interested in the study of Saint-Domingue.