Connect with RRCHNM at AHA23

There are a lot of great sessions coming up at this week’s American Historical Association’s Annual Meeting, many of which feature RRCHNM-ers. To make finding those sessions easy for you so you can easily connect with us and learn more about our current projects, we thought we’d list them all here for you.

Friday, January 6

Doing Accessible Digital History

Philadelphia Marriot Downtown – Grand Ballroom Salon K, 10:30 am – 12 pm,

Megan Brett, Mills Kelly, Jessica Otis

Roundtable: The Pieces of Podcasting You Don’t Know but Should

Lowes Philadelphia Hotel – Congress Hall B, 1:30 – 3 pm

Jim Ambuske, Bridget Bukovich, Hayley Madl, and Jeanette Patrick

Expertise in Early Modern Italy: Experts in Blood, Experts in Law: Vendetta Violence, Legal Reform, and Reformers in 16th-Century Modena

Philadelphia Marriott Downtown – Room 410, 1:30 – 3 pm

Amanda Madden

RRCHNM Reception at the Notary Hotel – Juniper Room, 5:30 – 7 pm

We invite you to join us, connect, and help us kick off our 30th Anniversary Celebration!

Saturday, January 7

Poster Sessions at Philadelphia Marriott Downtown – Franklin Hall Prefunction, 8:30 – 10 am

Hearing the Americas: Exploring the History of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era through Sound – Jessica Dauterive and Jayme Kurland

Clinching through the Press: A Network Analysis of Public Boxing Challenges in Central Chile, 1920–30 – Hernan Adasme

Reintroducing Religion into the Classroom – Hayley Madl

Poster Sessions at Philadelphia Marriott Downtown – Franklin Hall Prefunction, 10:30 am – 12:30 pm

Mapping American Congregations Using the 1926 Census of Religious Bodies – Rachel Birch, Caroline Greer, Jason Heppler, Lincoln Mullen, John Turner

Nuclear-Armed and at Arm’s Length: Right Wing Noninterventionism during the Cold War – Brendan Buck

Potomac Bound: A Spatial and Network Analysis of the People Enslaved by George Mason – Greta Swain

Poster Sessions at Philadelphia Marriott Downtown – Franklin Hall Prefunction, 1 – 3pm

162 Questions about Afghanistan: A Case Study of Current Events and Digital Public History on Reddit – Dan Howlett

Roundtable: Computing on Cultural Heritage: Reports from an LC Labs Experiment

Philadelphia Marriott Downtown – Grand Ballroom Salon K, 1:30 – 3 pm

Lincoln Mullen and Jessica Mack

Sunday, January 8

History and the Spatial Turn: Pedagogical Approaches at Lowes Philadelphia Hotel – Regency Ballroom C2

Part 1, 9 – 10:30am, Amanda Madden and Jason Heppler

Part 2, 11am – 12:30pm, Jason Heppler and Brandan Buck


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