Consequences of Digital Technologies for History: A Roundtable Discussion on the Digital Future of the Historian’s Craft

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Chair: William G. Thomas III, University of Nebraska–Lincoln 
Panelists:
 
• Andreas Fickers, Luxembourg Centre for Contemporary and Digital History 
• Lara Putnam, University of Pittsburgh 
• Jason Rhody, Social Science Research Council 
• Jennifer Guiliano, Indiana University–Purdue University Indianapolis

OAH Amplified Initiative - Now Available on the H-Net Commons

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Dear H-Early-America Readers: Last year H-Net partnered with OAH to conduct interviews with historians and record panel sessions at the organization's annual conference.  This project deepened H-Net's longstanding service to scholarly organizations through conference reports, special sessions, and recordings that bring timely research and teaching materials to distant audiences unable to attend.  The OAH initiative includes materials rele

OAH Amplified Initiative - Now Available on the H-Net Commons

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[Editor's note: Unlike conference Twitter feeds and other on-site media channels, the conference materials on the OAH page have been curated, catalogued, and permanently archived for you to use or share.  H-Net hopes that this will initiate a new H-Net service to scholarly organizations and individuals who are unable to attend conferences in person.

Race, Radicalism, and Reaction in the 1960s and 1970s

Chair: Todd Holmes, Oral History Center, University of California, Berkeley
Commentator: David Barber, University of Tennessee at Martin

Organizing Multiracial Workplaces: The Activism of the League of Revolutionary Struggle, 1974–1991 
Eddie Bonilla, Michigan State University

“With Imagination and Enthusiasm:” The FBI, COINTELPRO, and Investigations of White Student Activists in the 1960s South 
Gregg Michel, University of Texas at San Antonio

Race in the Era of the American Revolution — A Roundtable

Chair and Commentator: Edward Countryman, Southern Methodist University
Panelists: 
• Erica Armstrong Dunbar, Rutgers University–New Brunswick 
• Annette Gordon-Reed, Harvard University 
• Nicholas Guyatt, University of Cambridge 
• Robert Parkinson, Binghamton University

Open Access, Transparent Peer Review - Full Session

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