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H-Net Job Guide, week of 28 January 2019

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AMERICAN HISTORY / STUDIES

Tel Aviv University - Post-Doctoral Fellowship

Seeking Panelists for Berkshire Conference 2020: Gender on the Settler Colonial Frontier

Type: 
Call for Papers

Due Date: 
February 28, 2019

Subject Fields: 
19th Century / Colonial / Subject, Settler Colonialism / Subject, Environment / Subject, Gender / Subject, Race / Subject, Indigenous/ Geographic Region, North America / Geographic Region, Sub-Saharan Africa

Commenter and Moderator:
Dr. Laurel Shire, Western University

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