Histoire sociale / Social History has released a new pre-print article that is available on Project MUSE that might be of interest to H-OralHist followers:
Lana Dee Povitz, Nourishing Progressive Ideals in Dark Ages: Boycotts at the Park Slope Food Coop in the 1970s", Histoire sociale /Social History (Vol. 52, No. 108).
Bard Graduate Center is excited to announce its inaugural Summer School in Decorative Arts, Design History, and Material Culture. Open to advanced undergraduates (rising juniors and seniors), the program draws on resources at BGC and around New York City to provide an intensive, two-week, graduate-level program on material culture studies.
Image of Enid Yandell in New York suffrage parade (left) snipped from Juilee Decker, Enid Yandell: Kentucky's Pioneer Sculptor (Lexington: University of Kentucky Press, 2019): 188. Yandell is on the left leading the group of workers under the Sculptor banner.
I believe the members of the H-WOMEN network would be interested in the newly released documentary THE ARCHIVETTES, which would make a great addition to any feminist curricula, especially those interested in the recovery and visibility of lesbian/queer history. This film documents the struggles of second-wave feminists Deborah Edel and Joan Nestle in establishing and sustaining "The Lesbian Herstory Archives" in NYC. Below is a brief description of the film, as well as a link to more information.
Greetings. Does anyone know anything about a newspaper or magazine published at 22 Spruce Street, New York City, in the early 1850s called The Era? Published by Atwood, Larkin & Co.
Dr. Dane S. Claussen, Editor
Newspaper Research Journal
The annual Researching New York Conference is currently accepting paper and panel proposals on any and all aspects of New York State history for this year's conference. Roundtables, media presentations, workshops, and other non-traditional presentations are especially encouraged. Proposals are due July 15 via email to email@example.com.