Submissions due October 25, 2019
"The Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media invites submissions for the third annual Current Research in Digital History conference. Submissions should offer historical arguments and interpretations rather than showcase digital projects.
This initiative has three key features:
• A focus on presentations that make arguments and offers interpretations rather than discuss methodology or showcase digital collections, archives or platforms.
• A format of short presentations — 10 minutes / 2000 words — that offers the opportunity to make arguments on the basis of ongoing research in larger projects.
• After revisions, presentations will be published in a peer-reviewed open access, online journal that accommodates dynamic visualizations and narrative. You can see the first two issues of the journal at http://crdh.rrchnm.org/"
On view September 20, 2019 through March 9, 2020
"Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study’s Schlesinger Library on the History of Women in America now houses a trove of archival materials that capture the complex world Davis navigates in the ongoing struggle for freedom. This exhibition, together with the Papers of Angela Y. Davis, offers new insights into Davis’s journey and promises to catalyze fresh research into the questions she has asked throughout her life. Freed by the People documents a global history, a personal journey, and a quest for a more equitable future.
Exhibition organized by Elizabeth Hinton, John L. Loeb Associate Professor of the Social Sciences in the departments of history and of African and African American studies at Harvard University, and the exhibition committee of the Schlesinger Library"
What is the History Design Studio?
The History Design Studio is a year-long workshop for developing, critiquing, and producing new projects in multimedia history. Workshops include group discussion, collaborative brainstorming, rapid prototyping exercises, and formal and informal group critique sessions with guest critics.
In addition to being a physical studio space in the Hutchins Center, equipped with hardware and software for multimedia production, HDS is also a community and network of like-minded scholars, invested in collaborative work and experimental narrative forms. All Harvard students and affiliates are welcome to participate. No design or art experience is necessary.