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Through stories, knowledge and culture within and between communities is passed from
generation to generation. Oral narratives were used and are still used to share rituals, customs, and
traditions of a community. The truths within Indigenous communities are reflected and grounded
within their stories and Elders play a key role in passing knowledge. They “mentor and provide
support and have systematically gathered wisdom, histories, skills, and expertise in cultural
Immigration and Ethnic History Society (IEHS) Travel Grants to the OAH Annual Meeting
Two travel grants of up to $1,000 each are awarded to IEHS members each year to be used toward costs of attending the OAH/IEHS Annual Meeting. The successful candidates will be members of IEHS, be participating in OAH/IEHS programs as presenters or commentators and/or IEHS committee meetings, and have insufficient institutional support for conference travel.
The Research and Academic Program (RAP) at the Clark Art Institute is pleased to invite papers from graduate students for a one-day symposium around the theme of “Parasitism.” Held in person in Williamstown, Massachusetts, on Friday, April 5th, this convening extends the flexible metaphor of the parasite to the discipline of art history.
“Once upon a time there was a revolution… in Portugal”: Celebrating the fiftieth anniversary of the Carnation Revolution (25th April 1974)
Rennes, 30 May - 1 june 2024
In association with the University of Notre Dame and the Omohundro Institute of Early American History & Culture, conference organizers, Laurel Daen and Stefanie Hunt-Kennedy, invite you to join Disability in the Vast Early Americas a hybrid conference to be held at the University of Notre Dame on October 20-21, 2023.
LIVABLE CITIES – EQUITABLE CITIES
City University of London
26-28 June, 2024
The Robert H. Smith International Center for Jefferson Studies at Monticello is accepting applications for short-term fellowships (1 to 3 months) through November 1. Fellows can address any topic relating to Jefferson, the Jefferson era, Monticello, or the enslaved community, all defined broadly. Former fellows have included academics, musicians, cooks, and artists. Domestic, International, Archaeological, Curatorial, or Historical Interpreters fellowships.
Routledge invites submissions of short case study chapters for an edited volume, Practicing Digital Ethnography.