New England Archivists is a sponsor of the upcoming Mass History Conference:
CHEW ON THIS: PRESENTING THE HISTORY OF FOOD IN MASSACHUSETTS
A Conference for Massachusetts History Organizations
Monday, June 1st, 2015 9:00 AM – 4:30 PM
Hogan Campus Center, College of the Holy Cross, Worcester, MA
You are what you eat! Or are you? At this year’s conference, we will explore the meaning and availability of food in Massachusetts History: what we grow, what we eat, food and identity, scarcity and quality.
Registration is now open -- Workshops will fill quickly, so register today!
Ian Cheney, Documentary Filmmaker (The Search for General Tso and King Corn), and co-founder of Food Corps
ELEVEN SESSIONS INCLUDING:
Mass Humanities • New England Archivists • Massachusetts Historical Society • Colonial Society of Massachusetts • University of Massachusetts Amherst Program in Public History • Massachusetts State Historical Records Advisory Board (MA SHRAB) • University of Massachusetts Boston Public History and Archives Tracks and the Joseph P. Healey Library
Brown University • Concord Museum • Freedom’s Way Heritage Association, Inc. • Gaining Ground • Harvard University • Historic Deerfield • Historic New England • Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners • Massachusetts Historical Society • New Bedford Fishing Heritage Center • New Bedford Whaling Museum • New Bedford Whaling Museum Research Library • Northeast Document Conservation Center • Oakfield Research • Old Sturbridge Village • Red Tomato • The Old Manse • Tomaquag Museum • Tufts University • University of Massachusetts Amherst Libraries • University of Massachusetts Amherst • Worcester Historical Museum • World Farmers, Inc.
We are happy to welcome the 2015 MA SHRAB Forum to the Mass History Conference! MA SHRAB is holding two free sessions in the afternoon to which any Mass History Conference participant may attend. If you would like to ONLY
attend these two SHRAB sessions, register for free on MA SHRAB Forum registration page