MHS Calendar of Events
to May 26
The Private Jefferson
Explore Jefferson’s complexity through select correspondence and writings including the Declaration of Independence, records of farming at Monticello, and his architectural drawings.Details
This conference for Massachusetts history organizations is presented by Mass Humanities, Massachusetts Historical Society, University of Massachusetts Amherst Public History Program, and the University of Massachusetts Boston Public History and Archives Track, The Colonial Society of Massachusetts, and Elizabeth & Ned Bacon.
Join us on Monday, June 2, at the Hogan Campus Center, College of the Holy Cross, for a thought-provoking day examining women in Massachusetts history. At this, the tenth annual Mass History Conference we will welcome the many small historical organizations that preserve, interpret, and deepen the exploration of Massachusetts history. The stories of lesser-known women change-makers get lost in the larger narrative of industry, politics and conflict, but the timing is right for an examination of their tales of great and compelling variety, of lives lived with courage and determination.
The conference is widely celebrated as the best networking and skill-sharing opportunity for historians of our state culture.
Fee includes workshop, morning refreshments, buffet lunch (vegetarian option available), and afternoon snack
Registrations cannot be refunded; however you may send another person in your place.
- $95 Standard Fee per person
- $60 Student Fee (include copy of student ID with registration or bring ID to event if registering online)
- $80 Per person for 3 registrants from same organization at the same time
- $70 Per person for 4 registrants from same organization at the same time
For more information--including a detailed schedule of the day, or to register for the conference, visit the Mass Humanities website: http://masshumanities.org/history_conference_2014.close