It might be snowing now, but spring events are coming!
NEHA is proud to be a sponsor for THATCamp New England 2017 (The Humanities and Technology Camp unconference), to be held at Boston’s Wentworth Institute of Technology on Saturday March 25. As of the morning of Feb 7th, there are under 20 slots left, so register soon! More info here.
We are pleased to host, during the afternoon of that meeting, a council of New England-region history department chairs. A representative from the AHA will be there, and we look forward to a good conversation about how to promote history teaching, learning, scholarship and collaboration in our region. We welcome any and all department chairs to the meeting – please RSVP to NEHA Vice President and program chair, Troy Paddock.
Dr. Troy Paddock
Southern Connecticut State University
Department of History
501 Crescent Street
New Haven, CT 06515