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Marla Miller Jan 14
Another great fellowship opportunity --2 Kenneth R. Feinberg Fellowships, supporting "research that touches on the theme of the value of human life or otherwise resonates with the legacy of Kenneth R. Feinberg." Due March 6.
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Marla Miller Jan 13
Replying to @theunquietworld
Obviously all future meetings should involve said yarn-based crafts!
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🧙🏻‍♀️🖤Dr. Katie Clary💀🏛 Jan 13
Anyone teaching out there and using twitter for their class ( ?) We will be using the Hashtag in my class this semester, so please follow along and engage with my graduate students to show them how great Twitter can be for our field!
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Marla Miller Jan 13
Are you researching ? The John William Bennett Fellowship at "supports research in and writing on the history of labor, work, and industry." Deadline is March 6.
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Marla Miller Jan 13
It's official--please note the expanded chronological scope of (now to 1930!):
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Marla Miller Jan 12
Replying to @DDMeringolo
Same here. It was a beautiful day, but hard to enjoy.....
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Marla Miller Jan 11
Replying to @ASEHGradCaucus
Thx for circulating! And an update—we will be expanding the date range to 1630-1930! Watch for an updated CFP.
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Dylan Ruediger Jan 10
The North Carolina Dept of Natural and Cultural Resources is hiring an Assoc. Director of the African American Heritage Commission:
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UMass Public History Jan 9
“History Unbounded” Please share widely! It’s not too late to propose your research for the annual conference! It’s always friendly and lots of fun.
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Marla Miller Jan 8
Replying to @daniel_blackie
Thanks, Daniel! I often live tweet events, so will do my best.
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Marla Miller Jan 7
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Marla Miller Jan 7
The call for proposals is out! “Living with Disabilities in New England, 1600-1900.”
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Marla Miller Jan 6
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Marla Miller Jan 6
Very happy that gave me a chance to see , the at the . Powerful stuff here.
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Laura Davulis Jan 5
Tomorrow! Last day of ! All display copies at booth 913, half off. Grad students can stop by an grab a free book on us. 9am to noon, 3rd floor of the Hilton.
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Marla Miller Jan 5
Wow, no, I haven’t seen those but so beautiful!
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Dr. Sara Patenaude Jan 4
Several institutions have implemented professionalization guides for their students as a roadmap for how to best use their time in grad school. Check out one here: (and says to feel free to borrow copiously!)
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Marla Miller Jan 4
Thank you!
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Marla Miller Jan 4
An important distinction drawn between career diversity & career development, which resonates with my experience as well. Programming must align with current student interest.
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Marla Miller Jan 4
Something to follow up on later: The Wayne State Humanities Clinic
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