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women's EH network reception

Sponsored by the Center for Public History, University of Houston; Department of History, University of Oklahoma; and founding members of WEHN, including Kathy Brosnan, Julie Cohn, Sarah Elkind, Elizabeth Fenn, Sara Gregg, Ann Greene, Nancy Jacobs, Lisa Mighetto, Sarah Mittlefehldt, Sarah T. Phillips, Sara Pritchard, Harriet Ritvo, Paul Sutter, Conevery Valencius, and Verena Winiwarter.

Thursday, March 30 - 8:00 -9:00 p.m., French Room, Drake Hotel

This reception provides an opportunity for women (cis/trans) to meet, make connections, and become involved in ASEH’s mentoring program. Please let us know you plan to join us on the conference registration form (it’s free!) and list your research interests. All conference attendees are welcome. Wine and light snacks provided.

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