Spring 2016 Report

Thanks to all who helped make a fantastic conference at Middlebury College, especially our local arrangements and program organized by Don Wyatt. We had about 75 in attendance on a blustery but beautiful spring day, and enjoyed the stellar conference venue and an excellent lunch during our business meeting. Election results President: Don Wyatt Vice…

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NEHA This Weekend at Middlebury

Please join us this Saturday, April 23 for the Spring 2016 meeting of the New England Historical Association, hosted at Middlebury College in Middlebury, VT. If you haven’t yet registered, same-day registration will be available starting at 8 am in the Axinn Center. Please download and bring a filled-out Registration / Membership Form along with…

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NEHA Member Survey

For all NEHA members (new, and not so new…) Reminder: NEHA dues are for each calendar year, so please send 2016 dues if you haven’t already. Also, we invite you to take a moment to complete a brief membership survey. Help us update our records, and we welcome your feedback on the organization and how…

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CFP for Spring 2016 – Deadline Jan 15, 2016

We are proud to announce that the next NEHA meeting will be April 23, 2016 at Middlebury College in Middlebury, VT. We are now welcoming proposals for complete sessions as well as individual papers. As a reminder, the New England Historical Association embraces not only the history of our own region of New England and…

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NEHA Endorses Policy Recommendations Re: Oral History and HHS Research

At its October 2015 meeting, the NEHA Executive Board unanimously voted to endorse the statement of the National Coalition for History in support of the position advocated by the Oral History Association, the American Historical Association and other professional organizations of historians regarding proposed revisions to the Federal Policy for Protection of Human Subjects in…

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Second Nature Wins NEHA Book Award

Congratulations to Richard W. Judd of the University of Maine, whose 2014 book Second Nature: An Environmental History of New England (University of Massachusetts Press) is this year’s winner of the James P. Hanlan Book Award for best book by a New England author. The award was granted at our fall meeting at Southern Connecticut…

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