Louis Riel’s “Lost” Letter to Judge C.-J. Coursol: Uncovering a Cover-up - Champlain Society February 2021 Findings/Trouvailles

The Champlain Society is pleased to present a preview of its February 2021 Findings/Trouvailles.
Read the full post at http://bit.ly/CSFindF21

 

 

CfA: Workshop "Methodologies of Working in Cold War Archives. Facts, Values and Archival Ecologies" (October 14-16, 2021)

CfA: Workshop "Methodologies of Working in Cold War Archives. Facts, Values and Archival Ecologies" (October 14-16, 2021)

Place: Blinken Open Society Archives, Central European University (Budapest), Hungary

BLOG: Comparative Research: The Example of Tuberculosis in Philadelphia and Buenos Aires by Vera Blinn Reber

Research Corner
 

I am happy to continue our series on transnational research. If you are interested in contributing to this blog, click here. Vera Blinn Reber (Ph.D. University of Wisconsin, Madison), taught for 38 years at Shippensburg University and is now Professor Emerita. She is author of British Mercantile Houses in Buenos Aires, 1810-1880 (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1979) and over twenty-five articles.

CFP: Soliciting Co-Panelists for "Crime in the Archives" Middle East Studies Association Panel (Monreal, 28-31 October 2021)

Dear All,

I'm working with a colleague to organize a panel for the 2021 Middle East Studies Association meeting. We're interested in crime (real and imagined) as a lens through which to view disruptions to dominant social, economic, and political orders, including as an opportunity to think about challenges to and tensions within imperial and colonial regimes in the Middle East, Islamic or European. Please see the brief description/call for abstracts below, and please feel free to share with any who might be interested!

-Alex Winder (Brown University)

 

Indigenous Community Research Fellowships, Library & Museum at the American Philosophical Society (Deadline: March 5, 2021)

The American Philosophical Society (APS)’s Indigenous Community Research Fellowships support research by Indigenous community members, elders, teachers, knowledge keepers, tribal officials, traditional leaders, museum and archive professionals, scholars, and others, regardless of academic background, seeking to examine materials at the APS Library & Museum in support of Indigenous community-based priorities.

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