African Americans and the Making of Early New England is a National Endowment for the Humanities Landmarks of American History and Culture Workshop for K-12 teachers and librarians hosted by the Deerfield Teachers' Center of the Pocumtuck Valley Memorial Association, Deerfield, MA. The workshop will be presented the week of July 9 through July 14 and again the week of July 23 through July 28, 2016. The workshop places slavery in the north into the context of the history of colonial New England.
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The UMass Amherst Libraries are accepting applications for the 2017 Du Bois Fellowships. Through a generous grant awarded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the W.E.B. Du Bois Center at UMass Amherst Libraries in collaboration with the Department of Special Collections and University Archives (SCUA), offer post-doc fellowships to assist scholars in conducting research at SCUA in the W.E.B. Du Bois Library. Full-time faculty or independent scholars with a PhD are eligible to apply.
The Colloquium in History and Education at Teachers College invites all members of the history of education scholarly community in the New York City area to a year-long series of presentations on new books and research in history of education.
The colloqium series welcomes its fifth speaker, Crystal Sanders, presenting on her new book, A Chance for Change: Head Start and Mississippi's Black Freedom Struggle, on Monday, January 30 at 3pm.
German Studies Aassociation Seminar: Feminist Scholar-Activism and the Politics of Affect
We are pleased to announce that applications are now open for the third annual York Summer Theory Institute in Art History (YSTI), which is to take place in the Department of History of Art at the University of York, 22-26 May 2017.
Call for Applications
National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Institute:
Beyond East and West: Exchanges and Interactions across the Early Modern World (1400-1800)
Application Deadline: March 1, 2017
Institute Dates: June 19 – July 7, 2017
Host Institution: Indiana University, Bloomington, IN
Kaya Şahin (Indiana University, Bloomington)
Julia Schleck (University of Nebraska, Lincoln)
Beyond the Book Symposium Series: The Meaning of Midrash
Lecture titled “Engineering and Rebuilding a Desired Past: The Chinese Use and Abuse of Heritage” at Worcester State University.
Dr. Dan Ben-Canaan, Professor of Research and Writing Methodology at Northeast Forestry University, founder and Chair of the Sino-Israel Research and Study Center (SIRSC) in Harbin, China, and Hon. Research Fellow at the Heilongjiang Academy of Social Sciences, will give a lecture entitled “Engineering and Rebuilding a Desired Past: The Chinese Use and Abuse of Heritage” at Worcester State University.
This CHASE-funded seminar series foregrounds rhythm and rhythmanalysis by highlighting their relevance and richness as methodological perspectives and practices within the humanities.
Lecture by Duncan Gallie, Paris IAS fellow, for the City of Paris Université des Cadres
This week's In Media Res theme focus is "Adapting Asia" (January 16 - 20).
Here's the lineup: http://mediacommons.futureofthebook.org/imr/
Monday, January 16 - Jennifer deWinter (Worchester Polytechnic Institute) presents " 'I don't go there for the war criminals': the Korean Wave, Japanese Isolationism, and Cultural Power on the International Stage."
We invite you to apply for the 2017-2018 Residence Grant at the Center for Urban History.
INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE CULTURAL HERITAGE IN MIGRATION
15-16 June 2017
Institute of Ethnology and Folklore Studies with Ethnographic Museum, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences
OVERDYKE STUDENT AWARDS IN
NORTH LOUISIANA HISTORY
TO BE PRESENTED AT THE SPRING LUNCHEON
Place, Date, and time to be announced in the spring
These awards are made in memory of Dr. W. Darrell Overdyke, Centenary College, through the generosity of the late Mrs. Overdyke and her brother, Mr. E. Laurence Walker, of Shreveport, Louisiana.