OAH: Mary Nickliss Prize in U.S. Women's and/or Gender History

The Organization of American Historians gives the annual Mary Nickliss Prize in U.S. Women's and/or Gender History to an academic historian for "the most original" book in United States Women's and/or Gender History (including North America and the Caribbean prior to 1776). The announcement is available on the OAH website, and the text is copied below.

Re: The Elizabeth Cady Stanton Trust files three lawsuits to establish the ERA and to protect Roe v Wade from being overturned

Good Luck to the Trust in its lawsuits. Without commenting upon this issue raised concerning Federal situation re: Ratifications by 3/4 States for 28th Amendment.

The Trust will move the US forward in advancement for the Rights of People should it prevail.

Wyatt Reader MA[UCLA]
Whittier College[BA]
California Community Colleges/Instructor
US Govt. retired

REGISTRATION NOW OPEN: Catholic Record Society 64th Annual Conference (11th-13th July | Bar Convent, York UK & Online)

We are pleased to announce that registration for the first ever, hybrid 64th Annual Catholic Record Society Conference is now live!


Join us in person at the Bar Convent, York (UK) or online from Monday 11th July to Wednesday 13th July by registering on Eventbrite here: https://bit.ly/CRSYork22

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