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Published Announcements Deadlines Calendar

Latest Announcements

Elements of European Political Culture from the 11th century. Call for Papers, AHA 7–10 January Seattle 2021.

Type: 
Call for Papers
Date: 
May 1, 2020
Location: 
Washington, United States
Subject Fields: 
Atlantic History / Studies, Medieval and Byzantine History / Studies, Political History / Studies, Political Science, Law and Legal History

Elements of European Political Culture from the 11th century.

Call for Papers, 7–10 January Seattle 2021.

Phillips Fund for Native American Research--deadline March 2

Type: 
Grant
Date: 
March 2, 2020
Subject Fields: 
American History / Studies, Anthropology, Canadian History / Studies, Ethnic History / Studies, Linguistics

The Phillips Fund of the American Philosophical Society provides grants to fund research in Native American linguistics, ethnohistory, and the history of studies of Native Americans in the continental United States and Canada. The funds are intended for such extra costs as travel, tapes, films, and consultants’ fees.
The committee prefers to support the work of younger scholars who have received the doctorate. Applications are also accepted from graduate students for research on master’s theses or doctoral dissertations.
Deadline: March 2, 2020
Award: up to $3,500

CFP: Historical Reflections/Réflexions Historiques

Type: 
Call for Papers
Location: 
New York, United States
Subject Fields: 
Colonial and Post-Colonial History / Studies, Cultural History / Studies, European History / Studies, French History / Studies, Social History / Studies

Historical Reflections/Réflexions Historiques (HRRH) has established a well-deserved reputation for publishing high quality articles of wide-ranging interest for over forty years. The journal, which publishes articles in both English and French, is committed to exploring history in an interdisciplinary framework and with a comparative focus.

Approaching Contemporary Challenges of Global Migration

Type: 
Conference
Date: 
June 18, 2020 to June 19, 2020
Location: 
Ireland {Republic}
Subject Fields: 
Literature, Law and Legal History, Social Sciences, Cultural History / Studies, Film and Film History

Research suggests global migration has become more diverse and complex in terms of both geographic scope and volume. The scale of the transition is perhaps most pronounced for refugees, asylum seekers and economic migrants. The experiences of those fleeing war, persecution and starvation merit international scrutiny and action. However, when the media and others highlight the traumatic experiences of migrants risking their lives to cross oceans and borders, politicians argue —often demagogically— about the correct response, and policy and practice sometimes fall short.