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Jessica Mack @ CLAH 2021

Dr. Jessica Mack, a postdoctoral fellow at RRCHNM, will chair and present in a panel titled "Building Modernization: Urban Megaprojects in 20th Century Latin America" at the Conference on Latin American History's 2021 annual meeting. Dr. Mack will present her work titled "Building the Lettered City: Planning and Construction in Ciudad Universitaria, 1950-54." You can watch the panel online on Sunday, January 10, at 4:30 p.m. See all events


Jessica Otis Receives Major NSF Grant

RRCHNM Professor and Director of Public Projects Jessica Otis has been awarded $443,425 from the NSF to support her digital work on the history of the plague in early modern London. The project, called “Assessing the Arithmetic of Early Modern London’s Bills of Mortality,” involves the creation, publication and computational analysis of a dataset of […]

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American Religious Ecologies

American Religious Ecologies seeks to understand how congregations from different religious traditions related to one another by creating new datasets, maps and visualizations for the history of American religion. While some Americans have lived in rich religious ecologies, surrounded by a plethora of denominational choices, others have lived in places with only one or a few […]

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