Professor Eileen Eagan's Portland Women's History Trail App, part of the Digital Maine MEIF grant, was recently featured in the Portland Forecaster.
Six University of Southern Maine faculty and staff members were recently honored with the first-ever President’s Metropolitan University Leadership Awards at a ceremony held on June 19 in USM’s Abromson Center in Portland. Libby Bischof, Associate Professor of History and Department Chair, was presented with the Faculty Award for Advising.
Some of the Maine Historical Society’s recipes are on display through May 31 in the small, eclectic and engaging exhibit “Sugar and Spice: Our Vintage Recipes.”
Professor Abe Peck Contributes to Maine Voices in the Portland Press Herald.
Part of USM's Digital Maine initiative and research cluster in Digital Humanities, the app is based on many years of research conducted by project leader Professor Eileen Eagan and her colleagues and students. The app: http://pmwht.org/ offers maps with texts and photos of sites relating to Portland women’s history in work, education, religion, home, politics, health care, cultural activities and in death. FMI contact: email@example.com
Whitmore lecture on April 23rd, registration information, course schedules for fall, Portland Women's History Trail app and more in this semester's issue of the Department of History and Political Science Spring 2015 Newsletter.
Summer internships in Boston and Exeter, NH
Scarborough Historical Society and Scarborough Middle School will present a One Book, One Community weekend of events focused on Civil War themes March 7th and 8th. Associate Professors Adam Tuchinsky and Libby Bischof will facilitate. http://leader.mainelymediallc.com/news/2015-02-20/Community_News/One_Book_One_Community_to_explore_Civil_War.html
Greater Portland Landmarks is looking for college students to give tours of the Portland Observatory, a National Historic Landmark. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Professor Rowe gave a talk at the University of Maine at Orono on Monday, December 8th titled, "For the Protection of Our Girls: Citizenship, Delinquency Reform, and the African-American Vision of Child Welfare in Missouri, 1909-1933"