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Welcome to H-Amstdy, a member of H-Net Humanities & Social Sciences OnLine. H-Amstdy provides a forum for research and teaching in the field of American Studies, and for interdisciplinary or multi-disciplinary perspectives on culture. The network focuses on the cultures of North America and the United States, and offers an international perspective on the study of American culture.

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Fellowship Opportunity at UMass Boston

Please consider the following fellowship with a focus on public education sponsored by UMass Boston's Humanities Center.

Visiting Fellowship Announcement

Call for applications: Doctoral Program "American History - History of the Americas" (Munich, Germany)

Call for applications: Doctoral Program "ProAmHist: American History – History of the Americas“

Deadline: June 1, 2014

The 3-year American History doctoral program (ProAmHist) of the Amerika-Institut at the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München (LMU) offers graduate students the opportunity to study major issues in the history, culture, media, politics, and society of the United States, Canada as well as the Americas, including the Caribbean. While the program aims to overcome the traditional division between North and Latin America, it foregrounds the study of the U.S.- and Canadian experiences. Yet, it seeks to frame the American continents beyond their colonial and nation-state boundaries by situating them as a region of global interdependencies.

NYMASA Americanist Brunch on Sunday, April 27th (11am to 2pm)

Americanist Brunch

RSVP: http://nymasa.org/brunch.html

The executive board of the New York Metro regional chapter of the American Studies Association (NYMASA) would like to invite you to the annual Americanist Brunch, which this year will take place 11am-2pm on Sunday, April 27th in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn (NYC).

The brunch is an excellent opportunity to meet colleagues in your field, and to find out about NYMASA and the events planned for the coming year. It is also a chance for us to hear about what new and returning faculty are doing, and what you would like to see from us.

We are always looking for new ideas, and we welcome your input and involvement.

AWARD: American Historical Association Equity Award Nominations

The Committee on Minority Historians of the American Historical Association invites members of h-AmStudy to submit nominations for its Equity Award.