Black Tom Island Historical Panel - Sunday, February 7 at 3:00pm EST

Art House presents a radio play of Martin Casella’s Black Tom Island. A free virtual panel discussion about the actual historical event will take place on Sunday, February 7 at 3:00pm EST on Zoom. Free advance registration is required. 

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Martha Hanna on Canadian Great War Wives - A Webinar by LCMSDS

Eighty-thousand Canadian women had their lives upended when their husbands enlisted for overseas service during the First World War, and yet we have known very little about how they experienced the war, coped with the challenges of separation and “single parenthood,” and struggled with the emotional anxiety occasioned by their husbands’ absence.

Martha Hanna on Canadian Great War Wives - A Webinar by LCMSDS

Eighty-thousand Canadian women had their lives upended when their husbands enlisted for overseas service during the First World War, and yet we have known very little about how they experienced the war, coped with the challenges of separation and “single parenthood,” and struggled with the emotional anxiety occasioned by their husbands’ absence.

Call for Participation: Graduate Students Online Year-Long Workshop

From: Orel Beilinson (Univ. Yale)

Dear all,

Since my attempts to found a working group for Central and Eastern European history at Yale failed (due to lack of students working on the region...), I am extending a call for participation in an online graduate workshop that will meet continuously throughout the year to exchange drafts and to discuss exciting new frontiers in the history of the late Habsburg Empire and its successor states to 1945.

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