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What We’re Reading: December 3, 2009 Edition

AHA Staff | Dec 3, 2009

American Historical Association G.I. Roundtable Pamphlet Series Image - Shall I Go Back to School?To start off this week, check out the pamphlet image from the AHA’s G.I. Roundtable series that is featured in the CUNY 2010 calendar. Then, read some big news from the National History Center: they recently received a huge contribution from the Mellon Foundation. EDSITEment has a number newsworthy items: an upcoming web site redesign, new lesson plans, and feature for December that includes a podcast from the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Mark your calendars for a free concert December 18th, showcasing the Library of Congress’s Stradivarius instruments. Finally, read about GWU’s experiments with digitization, an examination of the 1976 Swine Flu, excerpts from the “Official CIA Manual of Trickery and Deception,” and an article on the photographs that inspired Norman Rockwell.

Contributors: Miriam Hauss Cunningham, Elisabeth Grant, Jessica Pritchard, and Robert Townsend

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