Yom HaShoah invitation: Pinchas Gutter's incredible Holocaust survival story, April 18, 12:00 RSVP Webinar

The incredible story of Pinchas Gutter, who survived the Warsaw Ghetto and multiple concentration camps.  Please join the webinar with Mr. Gutter on April 18, 2023, 12:00 - 1:30 p.m. (ET)

Sponsored by the Touro University Institute on Human Rights and the Holocaust.

H-Teach Virtual Program: Discussion Boards

Thanks to everyone who attended our first or second virtual program, and also thanks for taking the post-program surveys and providing us with valuable feedback. We have one more program scheduled for this semester, this time on discussion boards. On April 24 at 7pm EST, Leigh Ann Wilson and Marc Posner from the University of Massachusetts Global will lead the conversation about how we can better utilize discussion boards in our online and in-person classes.

Australian National University Japan Institute Seminar Series: The Foreign Minister’s messengers: Japan-Australia relations in the 1890s, and the role of ‘immigration societies’ (殖民協会)

This Thursday will host the third presenter for the Japan Institute seminar series 2023, Dr. Donna Weeks, a professor of Political Science at the Musashino University. For registration and further details including abstract and biography, please click on the link below.

Date and Time: th March, 5pm-6pm (AEDT)

Location: Online

Registration link with detailed abstract and speaker bio: https://anu.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZ0rfu6upj0qH9LLGdy3XwhLs2vfj9g30bdy

Researching Women and Gender at the Library: Women and the American Civil War - March 21 - Webinar

Manuscript Division specialist Michelle Krowl will share examples from Library of Congress collections that document the experiences of women during the American Civil War, and suggest search strategies for locating resources on women in the Civil War era.

Researching Women and Gender at the Library: Women and the American Civil War - March 21 - Webinar

Manuscript Division specialist Michelle Krowl will share examples from Library of Congress collections that document the experiences of women during the American Civil War, and suggest search strategies for locating resources on women in the Civil War era.

Australian National University Japan Institute Seminar Series #1: Why Are There More Women in the Upper House?

We are happy to announce the ANU Japan Institute’s seminar seminar kicks off this Thursday for 2023. For registration and further details, please click on the link below. 

We welcome Dr. Yoshikuni Ono as our first speaker. Dr. Ono is a professor of Political Science at Waseda University, a faculty fellow at the Research Institute of Economy, Trade and Industry, and a research director at the Tokyo Foundation for Policy Research.

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