The Society for History in the Federal Government's quarterly publication The Federalist seeks early-career professionals working on projects related to the history of the U.S. Federal Government, such as interns, graduate fellows, Presidential Management Fellows, or Pathways Program appointees, who are willing to write about their experiences for an ongoing feature "Internships in Federal History."
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|Announcement Type||Title||Subject Fields||Deadline Date|
|Call for Publications||Call for Submissions: The Academic Book of the Future||Humanities, Literature|
|Call for Publications||Call for Submissions — The Attakapas Gazette||Area Studies, Cultural History / Studies, Digital Humanities, Geography, Humanities|
|Call for Papers||CRW: Call for Human Rights Articles - Citizens Voices No. 10||Human Rights, Humanities, Journalism and Media Studies, Philosophy, Social Sciences|
|Call for Papers||Moving the Social 55 (2016) published - Call for Papers!||Cultural History / Studies, Immigration & Migration History / Studies, Local History, Social Sciences, Social History / Studies|
|Call for Papers||Looking for articles about effective parenting practices||Psychology, Childhood and Education, Communication, Humanities, Social Sciences|
This topical issue is going to integrate the “longue durée” research with European and not European manuscripts and the promising results of research on digital paleography under the umbrella of “Digital Humanities”.
Public history is often defined as history for the public, by the public, with the public, about the public or in the public sphere. Even though the public is an essential element of public and applied history, theoretical debates on how “the public” is conceptualized are scarce. Theoretical reflections within the field are mostly confined to analyses of how history is being presented in the public sphere or focus on the underlying historical narratives and the “products” generated by public historians.
The 2019 David B. Warren Symposium on American Material Culture and the Texas Experience:
A Diverse History: Texas, the Lower South, and the Southwest before 1900
February 22–23, 2019
Bayou Bend Collection and Gardens is accepting proposals for papers on diverse people and traditions in material culture and visual art in pre-1900 Texas, the Lower South, and the Southwest, to be presented at the 7th biennial David B. Warren Symposium in 2019 at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.
Deadline for submissions: Proposals 1 July 2018, full chapters 14 October 2018