Around the field August 30, 2017


From around the field this week:
 the Chapel Hill public library is holding a panel discussion on Confederate monuments this evening, August 30; NCPH’s 2018 awards cycle is open; the American Association for State and Local History has issued a Call for Book Proposals on controversial monuments and memorials; submit a proposal for the 2018 Museums and the Web conference in Vancouver by September 30; The New School is offering a free online course, “Race in the USA,” this fall; register now for October’s workshop on writing a grant proposal under NAGPRA in Austin, Texas.

ANNOUNCEMENTS

  • “Beyond the Headlines: Confederate Monuments, Historical Memory, and Free Speech” panel discussion – Aug 30, 2017, Chapel Hill Public Library, Chapel Hill, NC, US
  • Art & Architecture on Historic Cooper Street tour co-sponsored by the Mid-Atlantic Regional Center for the Humanities, Oct 1, 2017, Camden, NJ, US
  • The American Association for State and Local History has issued a Call for Book Proposals for a work entitled Controversial Monuments and Memorials (DEADLINE: Sept 18, 2017)

AWARDS and FUNDING

CONFERENCES and CALLS

LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES

PUBLICATIONS

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