The Red Thunder Oral History Project, an educational website, is now online. Collaborators from the Fort Belknap Indian Community, the University of Michigan, Michigan State University, and the University of Montana have been working for two years to recount the story of a little-known Indigenous-led, multi-racial environmental campaign that changed the course of mining in the sacred Little Rocky Mountains during the final decades of the 20th century.
CFP: Cities, Space and the Sacred: Exploring Urban (Religious) Landscapes in the Modern Era (c.1800-present)
We are pleased to invite paper proposals for the session “Cities, Space and the Sacred” at the 14th International Conference on Urban History, which will take place from 29 August to 1 September in Rome, Italy. A description of the session appears below.
11. Uluslararası ANAMED Yıllık Sempozyumu
11th International ANAMED Annual Symposium
Sacred Spaces & Urban Networks
Dear List Members,
I am pleased to announce the recent publication of my new book: