Author Archives: poflaher

Paid Survey Opportunity in Chesterfield

Hi Everyone, This past year, Katy Stuck did some survey work for the historical commission in Chesterfield, MA. They have more money and are eager to have one of you continue the work. The pay is $1000 to do approximately … Continue reading

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Dynamic City: Futures for the Past — call for papers

Hi Everyone, You might want to consider proposing to present a paper at this conference. I am happy to discuss topic ideas with you. Max The Dynamic City_CFP.pdf

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Announcing Historic New England Field School in Preservation Philosophy and Practice

Now that the academic year has wrapped up, I want to alert you to Historic New England’s fall Field School in Preservation Philosophy and Practice, taking place Friday, October 2 through Sunday, October 4, 2015, at the Codman Estate, Lincoln, … Continue reading

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Statewide Preservation Conference — August 14

Hi Everyone, I thought you might find this of interest: http://www.mapreservationconference.org/conference.html Max

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Why Old Places Matter

Why Do Old Places Matter? For the FREE spring issue of the Forum Journal, scholars from various disciplines were asked to consider why old places matter. Their perceptive articles will inspire you to reflect anew about why we work to … Continue reading

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Final NYC LGBT Job Description April 2015

Final NYC LGBT Job Description April 2015.pdf

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Event Announcement: APTNE – Boston Valley Terra Cotta & Downtown Buffalo Tour, 08 May 2015

Subject: Event Announcement: APTNE – Boston Valley Terra Cotta & Downtown Buffalo Tour, 08 May 2015 APTNE – Boston Valley Terra Cotta & Downtown Buffalo Tour 08 May 2015 We Still Have Space – Please Join Us! APTNE Boston Valley … Continue reading

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The Built Environment at Auschwitz: Between Imperial Ambition and Genocide

The Amherst College Program in European Studies is pleased to announce: Paul Jaskot: The Built Environment at Auschwitz: Between Imperial Ambition and Genocide, at 4:30pm on Friday, April 24, 2015, Pruyne Lecture Hall (115 Fayerweather Hall, Amherst College) "Professor Paul … Continue reading

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Lunch and Lecture — Professor Marguerite Feitlowitz author of A Lexicon of Terror: Argentina and Legacies of Torture

Dear Students and Faculty, I want to invite you all to lunchtime lecture and discussion with Marguerite Feitlowitz, author of the most important book on the consequences of the violence of state terrorism in Argentina in the 1970s and early … Continue reading

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DEADLINE EXTENDED! $8000 Summer Fellowships at National Historic Landmarks

Subject: DEADLINE EXTENDED! $8000 Summer Fellowships at National Historic Landmarks $8000 Summer Fellowships available atNational Historic Landmarks Spend your summer researching and documenting the landscape historyof a National Historic Landmark in Virginia. Two paid Fellowships are available to qualified graduate … Continue reading

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