The primary purpose of H-Albion is to enable historians more easily to discuss research interests, teaching methods and the state of historiography. H-Albion is especially interested in methods of teaching history to graduate and undergraduate students in diverse settings.

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Hakluyt Society Research Funding

The Hakluyt Society announces two new research funding initiatives. Deadline for applications: 15 February 2016.

In furtherance of the objectives of the Hakluyt Society - to promote the study of historical exploration, travel, and worldwide cultural encounter - the Society has established two schemes of research funding open to anyone whose research interests meet with and promote the Society’s stated objectives.

Call for Papers: Growth and Expansion in the Victorian Press, Kansas City, Sept. 9-10

[The deadline for this call for papers has been extended to February 15.]

RESEARCH SOCIETY FOR VICTORIAN PERIODICALS—CALL FOR PAPERS

BIGGER, Better, More! — Growth and Expansion in the Victorian Press

University of Missouri-Kansas City, September 9–10, 2016

Re: Seeking panelists for NACBS annual meeting in Little Rock [now Seeking panelists for NACBS annual meeting in Washington]

[**My apologies for the errant posting. Not sure how that happened. -- RBG**]

As many of you likely noticed, this call for papers was for last year's NACBS. I do not know why it was reposted, however, I have already received some interest from scholars on this idea and have decided to try and put a similar panel together along this theme of Violence and Identity within the British Empire.
Feel free to contact me if you are interested and sorry for the confusion.
Thanks again for your interest.
Take Care,

Call for Papers for 2016 NACBS Meeting in Washington D.C.

Dear H-Albion Members,

I am writing to draw your attention to the following Call for Papers. As many of you will know, the North American Conference on British Studies will be meeting next November (2016) in Washington, D.C. The meeting promises to be exciting and lively with a number of special events planned.

Please consider submitting a panel proposal. We welcome panels on any facet of British Studies.

Best wishes,

Paul Deslandes (Executive Secretary, NACBS)

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