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- RSVP form now updated for 2012-13! Great events planned for Past Tense @TheHuntington Thanks to @USC_EMSI & ICW http://t.co/Xi4aimwf 2012-08-21
- The schedule is set for another great year for Past Tense @TheHuntington thanks to @USC_EMSI and ICW. RSVP at http://t.co/Xi4aimwf #writing 2012-08-09
- Excited to see all of the RSVPs rolling in for next week's Workshop. Join us @theHuntington! http://t.co/yeMHV33h 2012-04-18
- RT @janaremy: Tomorrow: the Past Tense seminar @TheHuntington at noon with David Adams, on History & the SW Borderlands http://t.co/gOnoNcaO 2012-02-17
- Happily expecting a crowd! Fri 1/20 at @theHuntington: Peter Stallybrass on "What is a Book?" http://t.co/Qk5hV2uv @janaremy @adamarenson 2012-01-17
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“Creatively Writing about a Huntington Object” April 27, noon Huntington Library The capstone event of the 2011-2012 year of Past Tense seminars will be participatory writing workshop. Curator Stephen Tabor will bring a set of recently-acquired objects to serve as … Continue reading
This episode of the Making History podcast is the second half of Adam Arenson’s talk at the Past Tense seminar, “This is Not How My Book Starts: Looking Back at Writing and Framing.” Adam is the author of The Great … Continue reading
This episode of the Making History podcast is the first half of Adam Arenson’s talk at the Past Tense seminar, “This is Not How My Book Starts: Looking Back at Writing and Framing.” Adam is the author of The Great … Continue reading
The latest podcast is now out! This episode features journalist-historian Miriam Pawel, speaking at the Past Tense seminar at the Huntington Library. Subscribe the the Making History Podcast
Narrating the Impossible: A Tale of a Sixteenth-Century Alchemist Tara Nummedal, Brown University and Huntington Fellow Monday, December 6, 7-9 pm Overseer’s Room, Huntington Library To keep informed about Past Tense events, and to receive the pre-circulated papers, please join … Continue reading
Colonial Stories and a 21st Century Readership Dan Richter, University of Pennsylvania and Huntington Fellow Monday, November 1 7pm, Overseer’s Room Please RSVP to janaremyATgmailDOTcom to receive a copy of the pre-circulated paper
“James Baldwin and the Civil War Centennial, Fifty Years Later” Tuesday, October 5, 7pm Huntington Library, Overseers Room You’re invited to join us for this Past Tense lecture with historian and Huntington Fellow David Blight.