Events Calendar



Upcoming events

    • 2015-06-01
    • 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM
    • Hogan Campus Center, College of the Holy Cross, Worcester, MA

    This is a NEA sponsored event.  Registration is through Mass Humanities.

    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!

    KEYNOTE ADDRESS
    Ian Cheney, Documentary Filmmaker (The Search for General Tso and King Corn), and co-founder of Food Corps

    ELEVEN SESSIONS INCLUDING:
    Food in Massachusetts Archives (sponsored by New England Archivists)
    Chocolate, Culture, and the Politics of Food in Massachusetts
    No Food in the Archives: Pest Control and Other Issues in Archival Preservation (an MA SHRAB Forum session)
    Molasses and Marshmallow: Food and Trading in New England Account Books
    Beyond the Butter Churn: History, Food, and Social Activism

    TWO WORKSHOPS:
    You Don’t Know Beans…’Til You Ask Someone: Oral History & Community
    Creating Food Demonstration Programs at Your Historic Site

    SPONSORING ORGANIZATIONS

    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

    PARTICIPATING ORGANIZATIONS
    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.

    • 2015-06-03
    • 9:30 AM - 4:30 PM
    • Trinity College | Hartford, CT
    • 9

    Becoming a Better Manager

    Instructor: Maria Bernier, Connecticut State Library

    Description: Designed for the new manager, this workshop will focus on the management of people and problems. We’ll talk about the role of the manager, managing up as well as down, hiring, performance management, evaluation, letting someone go, and managing yourself. The workshop will also cover methods for dealing with non-personnel problems.

    Please come to the workshop with your questions, and be ready to share scenarios and experiences with the best and worst bosses you’ve had, observed or heard about. Often discussing real life examples leads to solutions for others!

    Refreshments: A continental breakfast and sandwiches for lunch will be provided as part of your registration fee. Please inform us of any food allergies you have.

    About the Instructor: Maria Bernier earned her MBA while working as the University Archivist at Salve Regina University in Newport, RI, and later served as the Assistant Director of the Redwood Library & Athenaeum in Newport where she directly and indirectly supervised 16 employees. She now works for the Connecticut State Library as a grant administrator.


    - REGISTRATION -

    Early bird (April 8-April 29th)
    Members: $85.00
    Non-Members: $100.00
    Students: $42.50


    Advanced (April 30-May 31)
    Members: $105.00
    Non-Members: $120.00
    Students: $62.50

    NEA members, to insure you receive the member rate when registering online, please log-in to your existing Member Profile (in the top right of this page). From there, you can register online securely using PayPal.
    Don't have a Member Profile password yet?  Contact the NEA Membership Secretary to receive one.
    If you want to register online, but still need to pay by check, the system will generate an invoice that you can print out and mail to the attention of:
    Juliana Kuipers
    NEA Treasurer
    Harvard University Archives
    Pusey Library - Harvard Yard
    Cambridge, MA 02138
    Please make all checks payable to New England Archivists.

    Questions about registration? Please contact NEA's Registrar, Emily Tordo, at registrar@newenglandarchivists.org.
    If you have questions or concerns about accessibility and/or disability accommodations that you would like addressed before or after registration, please contact NEA’s Inclusion and Diversity Coordinator Anna Clutterbuck-Cook at acook@masshist.org / 617-646-0561 for assistance.

    CANCELLATION POLICY

    NEA will issue a refund minus a $10 cancellation fee for up to 10 days prior to the meeting. Exceptions to the cancellation policy will be made at the discretion of the Registrar



     

    • 2015-11-07
    • AS220 Art Studios and Providence Public Library, Providence, Rhode Island
    Fall 2015 Symposium

    Saturday, November 7, 2015

    AS220 Art Studios and Providence Public Library

    Providence, Rhode Island
    • 2016-03-31
    • 2016-04-02
    • By the Bay Conference Center, Portland, ME

    New England Archivists Annual Spring Meeting

    Spring 2016


    More details as event gets closer.

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