Join us for our 2019 Opening Conversation & Annual Meeting where we launch this year’s theme: How Does Cambridge Engage? A conversation between Dr. Karilyn Crockett, MIT lecturer in Public Policy and Urban Planning, and Diana Lempel, the Society’s Doing History Curator. Wednesday, February 13, 2019 • 6-8:00pm Cambridge Public Library Main Branch Register on Eventbrite.
Thank you to everyone who attended the Cambridge Historical Society’s “Opening Conversation” & Annual Meeting! We also want to thank the incredible speakers, Alexandra Sedlovskaya and Dr. Kerri Greenidge, and our fantastic moderator, Diana Lempel. The event helped frame this year’s question “Where is Cambridge From?” and was a great start to our year-long program series responding to that question.
March 25, 2017 by M Holbrow “‘How does it feel to be a member of one of the most revolutionary historical societies in the United States?’ “The tongue-in-cheek question, posed by Executive Director Marieka Van Damme at the Cambridge Historical Society’s annual meeting on March 22, highlights the organization’s long view, extending back to early times in New England. The … Read More
Wed, 03/22/2017 – 6:00pm – 8:00pm Cambridge Public Library, Main Library 449 Broadway, Cambridge Light refreshments RSVP to email@example.com, 617-547-4252 Join us for our annual meeting; and a talk with Shaun Nichols about ‘The Making (and Re-Making) of the Cambridge Economy’ How has global ‘crisis capitalism’ repeatedly impacted local workers, and made and un-made our Cambridge industries? In what ways … Read More