Connect with RRCHNM at AHA24

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 5

Teaching History in the Digital Age

Plaza A (Lobby, Hilton Union Square), 1:30 – 3:00 pm

Mills Kelly of RRCHNM, Sarah McGrew of University of Maryland, College Park, Teresa Ortega of Stanford History Education Group, Jessica Stites Mor of University of British Columbia, Okanagan, and Valerie Ziegler of Abraham Lincoln High School, San Francisco.

Digital Projects Showcase and Digital Drop-in Session

Golden Gate 4 (Lobby, Hilton Union Square), 1:30 – 5:00 pm

Stop by to chat with Jim Ambuske, Jeanette Patrick, and Mills Kelly about the history podcasts produced at RRCHNM’s own R2 Studios!

Saturday, January 6

Poster Session 2 at Grand Ballroom (Grand Ballroom, Hilton Union Square), 10:30am – 12:00 pm

Drowned in the Thames: A Spatial Analysis of the Drowned Data on the London Bills of Mortality, 1665–1752 – Hernan Adasme

Hearts of Stones: Body and Soul Theology in Massachusetts Cemeteries – Dan Howlett

Poster Session 3 at Grand Ballroom (Grand Ballroom, Hilton Union Square), 1:00 – 3:00 pm

Army Flash! World War II Female Civil Defense Workers in the Aircraft Warning Service – Anne Dobberteen

Geographical Patterns of Death in the Early Modern London Bills of Mortality – Cecilia Ward and Jessica Otis

Publishing Digital History: A State of the Field

Franciscan B (Ballroom, Hilton Union Square), 3:30 – 5:00pm

Lincoln Mullen of RRCHNM, Alan Harvey of Stanford University Press, Patricia Hswe of Mellon Foundation, Allison Levy of Brown University

Sunday, January 7

Podcasting, Pedagogy, and Publics: A Roundtable on History Delivered Right to Your Ears

Cyril Magnin I (Fourth, Parc 55), 11:00am – 12:30pm

Chaired by Jeanette Patrick of RRCHNM with presentations by James Ambuske of RRCHNM, Kathryn Carpenter of Princeton University, Saniya Lee Ghanoui of University of Texas at El Paso and Sexing History, Daniel J. Story of University of California, Santa Cruz, and Babette Thomas of Yale University.


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