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Genealogy and Social Status in the Enlightenment
Thursday 12 and Friday 13 January 2017
Maison Française d’Oxford
The American Association for State and Local History (AASLH) invites nominations for the 2017 Leadership in History Awards. Now in its 70th year, the Awards Program is the most prestigious national recognition for achievement in the preservation and interpretation of local, state, and regional history. AASLH initiated the Awards Program in 1945 to establish and encourage standards of excellence in the collection, preservation, and interpretation of state and local history throughout America.
The Association for Computing Machinery, founded in 1947, is the oldest and largest educational and scientific society dedicated to the computing profession, and today has more than 100,000 members around the world. The ACM History Committee will support research projects related to ACM’s professional and educational activities and/or to ACM’s rich institutional history including its organization, publications, SIG activities, and conferences.
The Seeger Center for Hellenic Studies at Princeton University announces our ninth annual International Graduate Student Conference in Modern Greek Studies.
The Color of American Genomics: Genetics in the Era of Racialized Medicine
The Hoover Institution Library & Archives are pleased to accept applications, beginning December 01, 2016, for participation in the 2017 Hoover Archives Summer Workshop on Political Economy.
The founder of the Holocaust Educational Foundation, Zev Weiss invites applications for the fourth annual Summer East European Concentration Camp and Cemetery Clean-up Program, to begin June 2017. All professors, graduate students, and third and fourth year college students are invited to apply.
We invite you to attend and participate in the Fifth International Conference on e-Technologies and Networks for Development (ICeND2017). This conference is part of five conferences of The Sixth World Congress on Computing, Engineering and Technology (WCET).
The Contemporary Japan Group at the Institute of Social Science (ISS, or Shaken),
University of Tokyo, welcomes you to a lecture by
(University of Texas)
The American judicial system(s) as part of the political process
DATE AND PLACE
Friday, December 16, 2016 from 6:30-8:00 p.m. at Akamon Sōgō Kenkyūtō Room 549, Institute of Social Science, University of Tokyo, Hongo Campus, University of Tokyo
The Oberlin College Archives welcomes applications for the 2017 Frederick B. Artz Summer Research Grant Program. The deadline to apply is January 15, 2017. Please see the following link for details about the program -- http://www.oberlin.edu/archive/artz/index.html.
The William L. Clements Library at the University of Michigan offers research fellowships in the following categories for the calendar year 2017:
Jacob M. Price Fellowships offer support for short-term research at the Clements Library by graduate students and junior faculty on any topic of American history that is supported by the collections. Grants are for $1,000 and require a minimum visit of one week. There is no maximum length of stay. Applications must be received by January 15, 2017 for research to be undertaken in that calendar year.