Call for Spring 2019 Papers and Sessions

NEHA invites session, presentation and paper proposals for the Spring 2019 meeting, to be held at the University of Southern Maine in Portland, ME on April 13, 2019. CFP Deadline Feb 1 Download / Print / Share our Flyer The New England Historical Association embraces not only the history of our own region of New England and the United States, but is equally concerned with European and World History. As always, the program committee welcomes proposals on any subject, period, or geographical area from scholars…

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Fall Meeting Registration Open!

Please join us at the Fall NEHA Meeting, held Saturday October 27, 2018 on the campus of University of Connecticut Storrs. Luncheon ticket guaranteed if you register by October 6. Online registration open now Mail-in registration should be postmarked by October 15. Conference Information for Attendees and Program Participants Preliminary Conference Program

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CFP for Fall 2018 at UConn Storrs

Current Call for Papers Our next meeting is Fall 2018 at UConn in Storrs, CT on October 27. Download / Print / Share our Flyer The New England Historical Association embraces not only the history of our own region of New England and the United States, but is equally concerned with European and World History. As always, the program committee welcomes proposals on any subject, period, or geographical area from scholars within or outside the New England region. We are not limited to the history…

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2018 NEHA Election Results

We enjoyed a well-attended conference at the New Hampshire Institute of Politics on April 14, 2018. During lunch, voting was held for the next year’s officer positions. The winners are: President: Erik Jensen Vice President: Libby Bischof Secretary: Tona Hangen Executive Committee: Tom Balcerski Melanie Murphy Kristen Petersen Public Historian on Executive Committee: Patricia Bruttomesso Nominating Committee: Christian Gonzales Melanie Gustafson

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REGISTER FOR SPRING 2018 MEETING AT SAINT ANSELM – APRIL 14

Please join us for the 100th meeting of the New England Historical Association, to be held at the New Hampshire Institute of Politics on the campus of Saint Anselm College in Goffstown / Manchester, NH on Saturday, April 14, 2018. We have planned special teaching sessions for middle and high school history / social studies teachers in the two morning sessions. The day also includes our annual luncheon business meeting, election of officers, and a department chairs’ council in the afternoon. Online registration is now…

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CFP for Spring 2018 Now Open

Current Call for Papers The Spring 2018 NEHA meeting will be held on April 14, 2018 at Saint Anselm College in Manchester, NH. Please download / post / share our flyer. NEHA_CFP_Spr18 The New England Historical Association embraces not only the history of our own region of New England and the United States, but is equally concerned with European and World History. As always, the program committee welcomes proposals on any subject, period, or geographical area from scholars within or outside the New England region.…

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Successful Fall Conference; Nathaniel Philbrick Wins Book Prize

We enjoyed a successful fall conference hosted by Eastern Connecticut State in late October 2017, and we thank all those who worked hard on the program and local arrangements. The NEHA Book Award Committee is pleased to announce that the winner of the 2017 J. P. Hanlan Book Award is Nathaniel Philbrick for his outstanding monograph Valiant Ambition: George Washington, Benedict Arnold, and the Fate of the American Revolution (Penguin Books, 2016).

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NEHA Statement on Charlottesville, Racism and History

August 23, 2017 NEHA Statement on Charlottesville The New England Historical Association condemns, in the strongest possible terms, white supremacy, racism, anti-Semitism, and all other acts of bigotry. We also reject the false equivalencies drawn between the actions of hate groups, and those who protested against them. While recent conversations have understandably focused on the incidents of white supremacy in Charlottesville, we urge people to remember that our country has a long and troubled history when it comes to racism, and one from which other…

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