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==Forthcoming Events==
 
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'''ALMS Conference, NEW YORK CITY, MAY 8-10, 2008'''
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Conference of GLBT
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CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK GRADUATE CENTER
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CLAGS will host an extraordinary international conference focusing on GLBT Archives, Libraries, Museums, and Special Collections (ALMS) and the archivists, librarians, researchers, artists, activists, and volunteers who work with them. This will be the 2nd ALMS conference since 2006 to explore the construction, use, organization, reflection, and preservation of queer archival material, collections, and research.
  
  

Revision as of 09:28, 2 April 2008

Forthcoming Events

ALMS Conference, NEW YORK CITY, MAY 8-10, 2008

Conference of GLBT

Archives, Libraries, Museums, and Special Collections (ALMS)

CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK GRADUATE CENTER

CLAGS will host an extraordinary international conference focusing on GLBT Archives, Libraries, Museums, and Special Collections (ALMS) and the archivists, librarians, researchers, artists, activists, and volunteers who work with them. This will be the 2nd ALMS conference since 2006 to explore the construction, use, organization, reflection, and preservation of queer archival material, collections, and research.


Past Events

Bringing Us All Together:

The 101st Annual Meeting of the Organization of American Historians

Friday, March 28 to Monday, March 31, 2008

Hilton New York West 53rd Street and Avenue of the Americas

The one-hundredth and first annual meeting of the Organization of American Historians will be held in New York City, answering a call to bring us all together. The last generation or so of scholarship in American history has excavated the experiences and concerns of a wide array of Americans. Our field now advances a far more expansive definition than ever before of what it means to live an American life. We not only know about people of many genders and races, we see class and region as integral dimensions of American identity. Scholars writing in languages other than English and living outside the United States are also valued members of the community of American historians.

For more information: http://www.oah.org/2008/