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NEHA Endorses ASALH Statement Against Symbols of Intolerance and Hatred

The NEHA Executive Board endorses this May 12, 2017 statement by Evelyn Higgenbotham, president of the Association for the Study of African American Life and History, and expresses its institutional commitment to these shared goals alongside our colleagues: The Association for the Study of African American Life and History decries the messages of hate and…

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New NEHA Officers

NEHA is pleased to announce the results from our election and business meeting at our April meeting at Salem State. 2017-2018 President: Troy Paddock, Southern CT State University 2017-2018 Vice President: Erik Jensen, Salem State University Treasurer: Sean Perrone, Saint Anselm College Elected to the Executive Board: James P. Hanlan, WPI Linda Upham-Bornstein, Plymouth State…

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Announcing THATCamp New England – March 25, 2017

The New England Historical Association will co-sponsor a THATCamp, to be held on Wentworth Institute of Technology’s campus on March 25th. For those who are unfamiliar with THATCamps, they are informal (usually) 1-day digital humanities workshops (“unconferences”) that bring together humanities and technology people to learn new DH techniques. They are intended to be welcoming…

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