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Press Release: The 2017 Newell D. Goff Lecture to Feature Susan Evans McClure

Press Release: The 2017 Newell D. Goff Lecture to Feature Susan Evans McClure

Can we use beer as a way to track immigration trends? Or a recipe card to examine agricultural development? What are the most significant advances in the evolution of cookware? Susan Evans McClure, Director of Food History Programs at the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of American History, will address questions like these at the Rhode Island Historical Society’s 2017 Newell D. Goff Lecture, a free event taking place at the Aldrich House in Providence on Wednesday, April 19, 6pm. A reception will follow.

Digitization Conversation: Part III

Digitization Conversation: Part III

The Rhode Island Historical Society, in collaboration with the RISD Museum, will present the third of three workshops this fall on digitization, as part of the monthly professional development series “Helping History & Heritage Happen.” On Wednesday, Nov. 16, 9-11am, join colleagues in the field of history, heritage, and culture at the RIHS’s Aldrich House headquarters.