Events

Events sponsored by our member and partner institutions.

November 2020

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  • NaNoWriMo Sprint Days
  • Little Compton Women's History Project Indoor & Outdoor Exhibit
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  • Major Grant - Intent to Apply Deadline
  • Mini Grant Deadline
  • [Northeastern] CSSH Faculty Works-in-Progress Colloquium Series | Balancing Liberty and Public Health: Civil Liberties in a Time of Pandemic
  • [New Hampshire] First Monday "Reconceptualizing Premodern Economic 'Stagnation'"
  • [Colby] Boundaries and Margins Lecture Series Toward the Empty Center: Journeys of Cultural Liminality and Elusive Authenticity Ian Khara Ellasante, Bates College
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  • Little Compton Women's History Project Indoor & Outdoor Exhibit
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  • Little Compton Women's History Project Indoor & Outdoor Exhibit
  • [Vermont] OLLI AT UVM Distinguished Speaker Series Presents: Weather Wise: The Science of Weatherlore with Mark Breen, Senior Meteorologist & Planetarium Director, Fairbanks Museum & Planetarium
  • [Amherst] CHI Salon: Post-Election Salon
  • The Essay as Form
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  • Little Compton Women's History Project Indoor & Outdoor Exhibit
  • [Wellesley] Dorian Bell: Co-optations of Antiracism by the French and American Right
  • [Brown] Deborah Baker • “In the Heart of Whiteness; Charlottesville and the Modernist roots of White Supremacy”
  • [Smith] Poetry and Activism
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  • Little Compton Women's History Project Indoor & Outdoor Exhibit
  • [Dartmouth] "Tell Me I'm Not": A Student Performance
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  • Little Compton Women's History Project Indoor & Outdoor Exhibit
  • Annual Neighborhood Comics Fest
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  • NaNoWriMo Sprint Days
  • Little Compton Women's History Project Indoor & Outdoor Exhibit
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  • [Brown] [DHMS related] Historians in Quarantine, Part II: On Digital History Teaching During and After COVID-19
  • [UConn] DHMS | Sarah Sharma
  • [Colby] Boundaries and Margins Lecture Series What is African Literature? Postapartheid writing and the political force of a question Mo Shabangu in conversation with Julie Nxadi
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  • Little Compton Women's History Project Indoor & Outdoor Exhibit
  • [Smith] Cromwell Day
  • [Dartmouth] Lifelines: A Poetry Share
  • [MA] Every Voice Counts: Lowell's Immigrant Communities and the Push for Equitable Voting Representation
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  • Little Compton Women's History Project Indoor & Outdoor Exhibit
  • [Brown] Azzurra Cox • “Landscapes of Belonging: Grounding Black Memory, Sowing Black Futures”
  • [Vermont] OLLI AT UVM Distinguished Speaker Series Presents: Seeing and Disrupting Racism: A Focus on White Fragility with the Peace and Justice Center Staff, Burlington
  • [Wellesley] Remembering the Battle of Greasy Grass, aka The Battle of Little Bighorn
  • [Wellesley] The 2020 Goldman Lecture in Economics | 150 Years of Violence and Economic Implications for Today
  • Title IX and Sexual Misconduct on Campus | A Discussion With Samantha Harris
  • [Amherst] CHI Salon: CHI Fellow Ashley Smith
  • [Brown] Early Modern Colloquium: Felipe Rojas and Andrew Laird • “Babel in Post-Conquest Mexico”
  • The Essay as Form
  • [NH-humanities] Reparations, Its History and Impact: Why Now? | Woullard Lett
  • [NH-humanities] Heroes and Homecomings: Norman Rockwell and World War II | Jane Oneail
  • [NH-humanities] Ireland's Great Famine in Irish-American History: Fateful Memory, Indelible Legacy | Mary Kelly
  • [VT] *DIGITAL* Democracy 20/20 Discussion with Suzanne Brown
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  • Little Compton Women's History Project Indoor & Outdoor Exhibit
  • [Brown] “Whose maps, Our Maps! Decolonizing Cartography to Serve Movements of Resistance and Resilience” Lunch talk by Jordan Engel
  • [Wellesley] Tyler Stovall: White France? Freedom and Race in the Modern Republic
  • [Colby] Feminist Struggles in a Changing China: From State Feminism to #MeToo Movements | Dr. Wang Zheng, University of Michigan
  • [VT-humanities] *DIGITAL* Educator Discussion with Alan Berolzheimer
  • [Dartmouth] Poetry Reading: Forrest Gander and Nicole Sealey
  • [Smith] Kahn Poetry Reading | Pacific Eco-Poetry
  • [Wellesley] Virtual Artist Talk Series: Myra Greene
  • "I Was Asked to Stand" - Providence Symposium: Whose Places Matter (And Why?)
  • [UConn] André Leon Talley
  • [NH-humanities] Abolitionists of Noyes Academy | Dan Billin
  • [VT-humanities] *DIGITAL* Book Discussion: Persepolis: The Story of a Childhood by Marjane Satrapi
  • [NH-humanities] Brewing in New Hampshire: An Informal History of Beer in the Granite State from Colonial Times to the Present | Glenn Knoblock
  • [NH-humanities] Votes for Women: A History of the Suffrage Movement | Liz Tentarelli
  • [Rhode Island] Kathleen McIntyre: Transnational Suffrage Activism in Postrevolutionary Mexico
  • [VT-humanities] *DIGITAL* Above and Beyond: JFK and the U-2 Pilots During the Cuban Missile Crisis
  • ¡ECAS en Casa Shey Rivera!
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  • Little Compton Women's History Project Indoor & Outdoor Exhibit
  • [Tufts] Lily Mengesha: “Material Remains, Settler-Colonial Hauntings”
  • "Who Decides What's Worth Saving" – PROVIDENCE SYMPOSIUM: WHOSE PLACES MATTER (AND WHY?)
  • [Brown] Research Problem Solving: Reframing Methodologies in an Age of Distance
  • [VT-humanities] *DIGITAL* The Presidents vs. the Press: The Endless Battle Between the White House and the Media
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  • Little Compton Women's History Project Indoor & Outdoor Exhibit
  • [VT-humanities] *DIGITAL* "A Woman, Ain't I?"
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  • NaNoWriMo Sprint Days
  • [MA] Holocaust education – Teachers workshop on “Exile and Community: the Life of Carola Domar”
  • [VT-humanities] *DIGITAL* Democracy 20/20 Discussion with Suzanne Brown
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  • [UConn] Dissertation Grant Writing Workshop
  • [VT-humanities] *DIGITAL* Book Discussion: Crossers by Philip Caputo
  • [VT-humanities] *DIGITAL* Book Discussion: Good Morning, Good Night by Lily Brooks-Dalton.
  • "Neighborhood Defenders: Participatory Politics and America’s Housing Crisis" - Providence Symposium: Whose Places Matter (And Why?)
  • [NH-humanities] Heroes and Homecomings: Norman Rockwell and World War II | Jane Oneail
  • [VT-humanities] *DIGITAL* Book Discussion: The Line Becomes A River by Francisco Cantu
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  • [Brown] “Loss/Capture: The state of Black cultural archives in and beyond Chicago” Lunch talk by Steven D. Booth.
  • [Wellesley] Crystal Fleming ’04: On the Illegibility of French Antiblackness
  • "What Needs to Change?" - Providence Symposium: Whose Places Matter (And Why?)
  • How to Be An Antiracist - Book Club
  • [MA] Every Voice Counts: Activating Youth Voices
  • Author Talk - They Knew They Were Pilgrims: Plymouth Colony and the Contest for American Liberty
  • [NH-humanities] The History of Gym Class | Rebecca Noel
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  • [Northeastern] [DHMS related] Composite Bodies Series | Vigilare: Visible Justice and the Active Image
  • [Rhode Island] Brown Bag Series | Erik Loomis (History) | “Religious Conflict in the Face of Regional Change: Rajneeshpuram and the Transformation of the Pacific Northwest in the 1980s”
  • [UConn] DHMS | Book Traces
  • [Vermont] OLLI AT UVM Distinguished Speaker Series Presents: From Falwell to FOX: The American Religious Right with Daniel Miller, Associate Professor in Religion, Bishop's University, Quebec
  • [Wellesley] Reclaiming People Power in 2021 | A Conversation With Hahrie Han
  • [UConn] Fellow's Talk: Ashley Gangi
  • [Amherst] CHI Salon: “I Will Fight HIV and Hypertension”: Black Caribbean Women & The Fight Against Illness & Inequality
  • "Pop Culture and Representative Preservation" - Providence Symposium: Whose Places Matter (And Why?)
  • The Essay as Form
  • [NH-humanities] Awakening to Racism as a Public Health Issue: A Historical Perspective | Dr. Yvonne Goldsberry
  • [NH-humanities] Meet Lucy Stone: Enter the Antebellum World of the Abolition and Women's Rights Movements | Judith Black
  • [NH-humanities] Wit and Wisdom: Humor in 19th Century New England | Jo Radner
  • Afro-Futurism and Non-Linear Presences
  • [NH-humanities] (Not So) Elementary, My Dear Watson: The Popularity of Sherlock Holmes | Ann McClellan
  • [NH-humanities] The Connecticut: New England's Great River | Adair Mulligan
  • [Rhode Island] Nellie Gorbea: Current Trends in Voting Rights
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  • [RI-humanities] "Bite-Sized Preservation: Climate Justice and Preservation" - Providence Symposium: Whose Places Matter (And Why?)
  • [RI-humanities] "The Pedestrian Safety Crisis in America: Why it's happening and what can we do about it?" - Providence Symposium: Whose Places Matter (And Why?)
  • [NH-humanities] Comics in World History and Cultures | Marek Bennett
  • [MA] Threats to our Democracy in Historical Context
  • [Wellesley] The 2020 Election: Who Voted, Why, and Where Does Democracy Go From Here?
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  • [Brown] The Sojourner Project / South Africa • Frequencies of Blackness: A Listening Session
  • [Brown] Environmental Humanities Reading Group • Environmental Humanities and the Public
  • [Tufts] Mona El Khoury: “Remnants of the Franco-Algerian Rupture”
  • [RI-humanities] "What Do We Want for Providence" - Providence Symposium: Whose Places Matter (And Why?)
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  • [RI-humanities] NaNoWriMo Sprint Days
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  • [RI-humanities] The Essay as Form
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  • [RI-humanities] NaNoWriMo Sprint Days
  • [VT-humanities] *DIGITAL* A History of the Concept of Race
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  • [CT-humanities] Legislative Landmarks: The American School for the Deaf
  • [NH-humanities] Fierce Females: Women in Art | Jane Oneail