Ryan Tripp teaches for Southern New Hampshire and other institutions and he hosts a podcast for the New Books Network’s Native American Studies channel. Here we talk about his background, his research interests, and his presentation on Matthew Robinson for SNHU's History Soundbites podcast.
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Prosopographical methods in international and economic history
Call for papers
17-18 May 2018, European University Institute, Florence
“Histories of Disadvantage: Meanings, Mechanisms, and Politics”
November 8-11, 2018
Submission Deadline: February 16, 2018
The Family History and Demography Network of the Social Science History Association calls for papers for a variety of panels that have been proposed by network members, and for proposals for additional panels.
Vasile, Monica; Cash, Jennifer R.; & Heady, Patrick. Contemporary Godparenthood in Central and Eastern Europe. Introduction. Journal of Family History. Vol 43, Issue 1, 2017. Pp. 3 - 11.
The Anoka County Historical Society was fortunate enough to receive an interesting collection of family papers for the Weber family of the Centerville area. The collection is sizeable, and tells many parts of the story of this particular family.
I am teaching a course on World War I in the MIddle East.
As a way of getting students past their sense that history is something in books that happened, if anywhere, on Mars--or at best on television, the first assignment is "How did World War I affect your family?" To the general chorus of "It didn't," I respond, "Call your grandparents."