Judith Monachina

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Scholarships available for NEMA conference in Hartford

Connecticut Humanities Council and others are providing scholarships for 2011 NEMA Annual Conference This notice is from the Connecticut Humanities Council: Has it been a while since you last attended a New England Museum Association (NEMA) Annual Conference? Are you new to the field and have never been to a NEMA conference? The Connecticut Humanities …

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Gt. Barrington Historical member publishes new book

Gary Leveille has published a new book, The Eye of Shawenon, a Berkshire History of North Egremont, Prospect Lake, and the Green River Valley.  Check here for details: www.berkshirearchive.com To contact the author: Garyleve@aol.com

Social Media, What is legal?

Social Media: What’s Legal-And What’s Not? What?    Social Media: What’s Legal-And What’s Not? Webinar Where?  Connecticut Humanities Council, Middletown, CT When?   July 20, 2011 from 2:00-3:30 pm Cost?     $15 per person If you blog, post on Facebook, or google job applicants, this Webinar on Wednesday, July 20, 2011, people will discuss ways of limiting employer …

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On the Other Side of Glory

Housatonic Heritage is hosting a big public event this Wednesday, June 22, at 5:30 p.m.: the inauguration of the 54th Massachusetts Infantry Regiment Trail.  The festivities will take place at Chesterwood in Stockbridge.  Here is a link to a WAMC interview with the co-author of On the Other Side of Glory, David Levinson, and HH …

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Member discussion

The History Alliance has added a new page to its site, a Member Discussion page.  Requiring a password, the discussion page will give people who have attended our workshops and conferences a chance to continue conversations long after the events have passed.  A participant in the March NEMA Save your Collections conference recommended it.  For …

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Off the Record: Telling Lives of People Hidden in Plain Sight

Mass Humanities offers its annual conference in Worcester Off the Record: Telling Lives of People Hidden in Plain Sight A Conference for Massachusetts History Organizations Presented by Mass Humanities, the Massachusetts Historical Society, the University of Massachusetts Amherst Program in Public History, the Joseph P. Healey Library and the Public History Track at the University …

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Training opportunities

Connecticut League of History Organization has announced two trainings: Historic New England & George Washington University Training Opportunities Historic New England presents Program in New England Studies Boston – Historic New England presents Program in New England Studies, an intensive learning experience with lectures by curators and architectural historians, workshops, and behind-the-scenes tours of Historic …

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NEMA Primer follow up

On March 2 and 9, Housatonic Heritage‘s History Alliance sponsored a New England Museum Association Primer.  Thirty people participated each day, and all learned from experts in their fields: Collections: Barbara Allen, Stockbridge Library Museum & Archive Community Engagement: Elizabeth Sharpe, Amherst Historical Society Governance: Liz Shapiro, Sharon Historical Society Programs and Education: Lise Dubé …

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Mass Humanities June conference, still open to suggestions

Still Open to Suggestions Off the Record: Telling Lives of People Hidden in Plain Sight A Conference for Massachusetts History Organizations Monday, June 6, 2011 Keynote Speaker: Elise Lemire, Purchase College, State University of New York and author of Black Walden. Mass Humanities is still accepting ideas for breakout sessions for this conference. If you …

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Workshop for historical societies, small museums and house museums

The History Alliance is hosting the NEMA Primer for historical societies, small museums, and house museums on March 2 and 9, two consecutive Wednesdays, at the Red Lion Inn in Stockbridge. This primer, highly recommended by professionals in the field, has been presented at other New England locations, but this one will be offered nearby.  …

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