Portsmouth is hosting the annual CNEHA (Council for Northeast Historical Archaeology) conference this fall at the Sheraton Nov. 10-12 (which happens to be Veterans' Day weekend). There's some more information about the conference here: http://cneha.org/conference.html
Martin Rumscheidt will deliver the 2017 Heilbronner Lecture titled "The Crimes Against Humanity of IG Farben Auschwitz — My Father's Company."
Rumscheidt is an ordained minister in the United Church of Canada and retired professor of historical theology at the University of Windsor, Halifax, Nova Scotia, and Charles University, Prague. He is the translator of "Act and Being" (1996) in Dietrich Bonhoeffer Works, English edition, and cotranslator with the late Barbara Rumscheidt of Soelle’s "Against the Wind" (1999) and "The Silent Cry."
Part of the Making Choices: Germany Goes to the Polls Event Series. The film "Wir sind jung, wir sind stark" will be shown on November 15 from 7:00pm-10:00pm in Murkland 115. The film is in German with English subtitles.
The University of New Hampshire Presents: Celebrating 150 Years of Music, Theatre, and Dance.
Join us for an evening of celebration featuring performances by the University of New Hampshire’s Music, Theatre and Dance students. This event features members of the UNH Orchestra, Chamber Singers, Wind Symphony, Jazz Combo, Ballet, and Aerial Troupes, Acting and Music Theatre. Please register here to reserve your complimentary ticket.