Around the field Sept. 27, 2016
27 September 2016 – editors
From around the field this week: The art of the repeat photograph; public humanities and disability rights; bringing affect into critical studies of heritage; new approaches to histories of slavery and race in the Atlantic world; recent books on Holocaust remembrance and historiography
CONFERENCES and CALLS
- Forest History Society Repeat Photography Project seeks collaborations and submissions for study of ecosystem change over time
- “Affective Architectures: More-than-representational Approaches to Heritage” – April 5-9, 2017, Boston, Massachusetts, U.S. (DEADLINE: Oct. 16, 2016)
- “Transforming Public History from Charleston to the Atlantic World” – June 15-17, 2017, Charleston, South Carolina, U.S. (DEADLINE: Nov. 1, 2016)
- Indiana Association of Historians, 37th Annual Meeting – Feb. 17-18, 2017, West Lafayette, Indiana, U.S. (DEADLINE: Nov. 11, 2016)
- “History, Memory, and Disability Rights: Creating Inclusive Public Humanities Programs” – Nov. 19, 2016, Camden, New Jersey, U.S.
- “Cultivated Pasts: Commemoration, History-Making, and Landscapes of Memory in Western Canada” – proposals sought for edited volume (DEADLINE: Dec. 1, 2016)
- “Media and History: Crime, Violence and Justice” – July 10-13, 2017, Paris France (DEADLINE: Dec. 15, 2016)
PUBLICATIONS and REVIEWS
- Review of “Memory and Complicity: Migrations of Holocaust Remembrance” (Sanyal)
- Review of “From Herodotus to H-Net: The Story of Historiography” (Popkin)
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