Judith Monachina

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Connecticut Collections Info Session and Q and A

You are invited to the following CLHO program: Connecticut Collections Info Session and Q&A When: Friday, August 20, 2021 11:00 AM, EDT Where: Zoom Learn more about Connecticut Collections, an open-source collections management system based on Collective Access software that allows Connecticut collecting institutions to organize, manage, share, and preserve their collections digitally. See whether this collaborative database is …

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Berkshire Historical Society selects Melville Fellows

Berkshire Community College student Aylen Dominguez has been selected as a Melville Fellow by the Berkshire County Historical Society.  She joins two other recipients, Shawna Hennesy from MCLA and Hazel Richards from Williams College.  This fall, the three Melville Fellows will be paid a stipend to work with the Writer-in-Residence at Herman Melville’s Arrowhead to …

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Keynotes of Change, CLHO, Kyera Singleton, Northern Slavery and the Preservation of Memory

You are invited to the following CLHO program: Keynotes of Change: Kyera Singleton, Northern Slavery and the Preservation of Memory When: Wednesday, June 16, 2021 2:00 PM, EDT Where: Zoom Will you be attending?   Register Not attending     EVENT DETAILS: Northern Slavery and the Preservation of Memory Kyera Singleton, Royall House and Slave …

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Mass History Conference over 6 days, beginning June 7

It’s not too late to register for the 2021 Mass History Conference! On June 7th, 2021 and 6 other subsequent dates to network, listen, and learn with colleagues. Speakers from organizations across the state will discuss key issues facing museums and historical organizations, including supporting volunteers, researching difficult histories, participatory archiving, community-based exhibit design, curating …

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Indigenizing Historical Narratives, June 2, 2021

Keynotes of Change: Chris Newell, Indigenizing Historical Narratives When: Wednesday, June 02, 2021 2:00 PM, EDT Where: Zoom Will you be attending?   Register Not attending     EVENT DETAILS: Indigenizing Historical Narratives Chris Newell, Abbe Museum Wednesday, June 2 at 2 p.m. Non-Native understandings of the history of Connecticut are often centered around colonial …

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Classes on the Commons in June

This year’s Mass History Conference includes three Classes on the Commons on Tuesday evenings throughout June. Tuesday, 6/15, 6:00-8:00 p.m. – Mass Humanities Presents: Grants, Workshops, and Resources for Small History Organizations Presentations from panelists will be followed by a structured workshop discussion focused on attendees’ resource needs, reducing barriers to access, and opportunities to …

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Connecticut League of History Organization virtual workshops

Time to dust off your toolbox! The Connecticut League of History Organizations’ spring workshop series continues next week and into May. Here’s what’s coming up: The Versatility of Virtual Tours Tuesday, April 27, 1:00–2:30 p.m. Join Litchfield Historical Society curator Alex Dubois, Avery Copp House director Leslie Evans, and Capture, LLC CEO Tony Healy for …

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2021 Mass History Conference June 7

2021 Mass History Conference The Mass History Conference will be held online on June 7, 2021, with additional workshops and networking events on the Mass History Commons on six other dates in June. Engaging public history, including local history activities, is crucial to the civic well-being of our communities, our Commonwealth, and our nation. The …

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Mass History Alliance announces Mass History Conference

  The Massachusetts History Alliance announces the Mass History Conference will be held virtually on June 7, 2021. For more information, see https://masshistoryalliance.org There, you will see announcements for classes and workshops and their Conversations on the Commons.          

Achieving Real Impact Via Virtual Programming

        Connecticut League of History Organizations Achieving Real Impact Via Virtual Programming When: Tuesday, March 16, 2021 1:00 PM, EDT Where: Zoom Will you be attending? Register Not attending EVENT DETAILS: To Zoom or not to Zoom… Offering virtual programs at your museum or institution is not as daunting as you may think. …

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