H-Caribbean is an H-Net network sponsored by the Association of Caribbean Historians. This network seeks to overcome the linguistic, political, and geographic fragmentation that has traditionally characterized the field and region; provide access to debates and discussions on Caribbean studies; act as a resource to academics teaching and researching in associated fields; and reinforce the growing awareness of the region as an important and rich area for further research and study.

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Interdisciplinary Studies in Diasporas book series

Interdisciplinary Studies in Diasporas book series

We are accepting original monographs and edited collections for the Interdisciplinary Studies in Diasporas book series. The series was launched in 2016, and it opens a discursive space in diaspora scholarship across a range of topics from the humanities to social sciences. All submissions are subject to peer-review and assessment for consideration https://www.peterlang.com/view/serial/ISD

Re: Childhood-Related Source Materials: Library Building Project

For primary source materials, the Baldwin Library of Historical Children's Literature at the University of Florida has over 150,000 volumes, of which over 6,000 are online: http://www.ufdc.ufl.edu/baldwin
Also, the Digital Library of the Caribbean (dLOC) includes a number of materials related to the Caribbean and children's literature, including depictions of children and the Caribbean in children's literature: http://www.dloc.com

Best wishes,

Childhood-Related Source Materials: Library Building Project

*apologies for cross-posting

Hello,

I am looking for primary source materials related to childhood studies in order to build a resource library for graduate students and instructors.

My name is Emily Slomski. I am a second year graduate student at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln under the advisement of Dr. Will Thomas.

Call for Books: Frederick Douglass Book Prize

The Gilder Lehrman Center for the Study of Slavery, Resistance, and Abolition and the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History are pleased to announce the twentieth annual Frederick Douglass Book Prize, an annual award for the most outstanding non-fiction book in English copyrighted in the year 2017 on the subject of slavery, resistance, and/or abolition. Beginning on January 2, 2018, we invite you to submit books that meet these criteria.

Possible AHA Panel on Complex Loyalties within the Worlds of Enslavement

Dear all,

Although late, I'm still hoping to recruit fellow scholars of slavery in both Africa and the African Diaspora for a panel that would revolve around the complexities of loyalties, alliances, community-building and survival in the worlds of slavery at the AHA 2019 in Chicago.

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