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PHS 2021: Peace History Society Virtual Conference

Struggling for justice, struggling for peace: peace history engages with visions and movements around racial, climate, gender, and social justice.

Atlanta, Georgia
October 21-23, 2021

Conference Highlights | Registration | Program | Books and Museums | Call for Papers

Hello PHS attendees and thank you for visiting our virtual book exhibit! Please click on the link to view our full exhibit full of discounted books from 10 different publishers.

The Scholar’s Choice is a combined exhibit company which markets books on behalf of university & academic publishers. It brings in the latest in scholarship by presses who are not able to exhibit on their own.

Virtual Events, Exhibits, and Tours at Metro Atlanta Museums

APEX Museum
The mission of the APEX Museum is to interpret and present history from an African American perspective to help all Americans and international visitors better understand and appreciate the contributions of African Americans to America and the world.

Atlanta Freedom Trail
The mission of the Atlanta Freedom Trail Project is to help people explore and connect with ten historic landmarks that commemorate freedom.

Atlanta History Center
Atlanta Historical Center was founded in 1926 to preserve and study Atlanta history, and has grown over the decades to encompass 33 acres of curated gardens, four historic houses, varied programming, and a range of signature and temporary exhibitions.
Events | Exhibits

Charis Books and More
The South’s oldest independent feminist bookstore, Charis Books and More has been celebrating radical and independent voices in the heart of the South since 1974.  Charis Circle, the programming arm of Charis Books, works with artists, authors, and activists from across the South and around the world to bring innovative, thoughtful, and life-changing programming and events to feminist communities.

David J. Sencer CDC Museum
Established in 1996, the David J. Sencer CDC Museum, a Smithsonian Affiliate, uses award-winning exhibits and innovative programing to educate visitors about the value of public health, and presents the rich heritage and vast accomplishments of CDC.

Georgia Archives
The Georgia Archives identifies, collects, provides access, and preserves Georgia’s historical documents.

Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum
The Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum was dedicated in 1986, and has continuously solicited material of Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter, major figures in the Carter administration, the Carters’ political or close personal friends, figures of secondary importance with significant aspects of the Carter administration, and President Carter’s family.
Events | Tour

KSU Museum of History and Holocaust Education
The Museum of History and Holocaust Education at Kennesaw State University presents public events, exhibits, and educational resources focused on World War II and the Holocaust in an effort to promote education and dialogue about the past and its significance today. 
Exhibits | Tour

Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change
Established in 1968, the Martin Luther King, Jr. Center has been a global destination, resource center, and community institution for over a quarter century. Both a traditional memorial and programmatic nonprofit, the King Center was envisioned to be “no dead monument, but a living memorial filled with all the vitality that was his, a center of human endeavor, committed to the causes for which he lived and died.”
Events | Tour

National Archives at Atlanta
The Atlanta branch of the National Archives holds permanent records created by federal agencies and courts in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee.
Events | Exhibits

National Center for Civil and Human Rights
The National Center for Civil and Human Rights, which opened in 2014, is a museum and human rights organization in Atlanta that inspires people to tap their own power to change the world around them. The Center’s iconic exhibitions feature the papers and artifacts of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.; the history of the US civil rights movement; and stories from the struggle for human rights around the world today.
Events | Tour

Sweet Auburn Historic District
Concentrated along a short mile and a half of Auburn Avenue, the Sweet Auburn Historic District reflects the history, heritage, and achievements of Atlanta's African Americans. Sweet Auburn was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1976.
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