PhD Candidate Hope Shannon is the New Editor of the UHA Newsletter
Congratulations to PhD candidate Hope Shannon, who is the new editor of the Urban History Association Newsletter!
The Urban History Association was founded in Cincinnati in 1988 to encourage research and study of the history of the city in all periods and geographical locations. Its members include historians, museum professionals, archivists, independent scholars, public historians and others. Their biannual newsletter highlights conferences, including the most recent UHA conference held at Loyola University Chicago, member achievements and other announcements.
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