Where in the world is Sarah V Melton?

The spring of 2015 promises to be a busy one. Here’s a brief rundown of my schedule for the first half of the year as it currently stands:

  • February 19–21: Southern American Studies Association meeting (right here in Atlanta!) I’ll be giving a paper on a controversy that erupted in 2012 when a South African museum displayed a temporary exhibit about Brown v. Board of Education.
  • March 29–30: The Library Publishing Coalition Forum in Portland, OR. Colleagues and I will be talking about ECDS’s publishing program and platforms.
  • April 15–18: The National Council on Public History annual meeting in Nashville, TN. I’ll be on a roundtable about public history, digital history, and academic institutions.
  • May 6: The 3rd Annual Atlanta Studies Symposium! Very proud to help organize this event again this year. And check back in a couple of weeks for some exciting Atlanta Studies-related news…
  • June 6–13: The Digital Humanities Summer Institute in Victoria, British Columbia. I’ll be learning all the wondrous ins and outs of databases.

Come by and say hi if you’re in the area!

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