I'm happy to announce a new edition of H-Environment Roundtables. This one discusses Christine M. DeLucia's Memory Lands: King Philip's War and the Place of Violence in the Northeast. Please read and distribute widely.
Author: Christine M. DeLucia
The third roundtable in The Canadian Society for the History of Medicine’s Pandemic Histories virtual seminar series will be on Tuesday, July 7 at 7:00 p.m. EST.
It is with great pleasure and appreciation for our participants that I announce both the final round of comments and my closing remarks for The "Rebirth" of Japanese Studies virtual roundtable are now uploaded online. This roundtable has been an incredible opportunity to discuss the future of Japanese Studies with a wide variety of people in the field.
Apologies for repeated postings. I write to inform you that the virtual Association for Asian Studies 2020 roundtable, The "Rebirth" of Japanese Studies, is now holding its final session of submissions, with responses due June 14, 12pm EST. (http://prcurtis.com/events/AAS2020/)
Pandemic Histories, a seminar series supported by the Canadian Society for the History of Medicine/Société canadienne d’histoire de la medicine will begin with two roundtables:
The first roundtable will be “In the Midst of History: reflections from influenza historians” on June 4 at 7:00 pm EST featuring Magda Fahrni, Mark Humphries, and Esyllt Jones.
The second roundtable will be “On the Margins: epidemics and the disenfranchised” on June 15 at 2:00 pm EST featuring Karen Flynn, Maureen Lux, Richard McKay and Kevin Siena.
by Viktoria Batista
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Eastern Europe History / Studies, Languages, Linguistics, Teaching and Learning