The John L. Nau III Center for Civil War History invites applications for short-term fellowships to conduct research on the U.S. Civil War era at the University of Virginia’s Albert and Shirley Small Special Collections Library for a period of up to one month in 2019.
H-CivWar is H-Net's network on scholarship, teaching, and outreach on the history of the American Civil War.
Who Decides? The History and Future of Monuments in New York City
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 9th, 7-9 PM
Martin Segal Theatre
CUNY Graduate Center
365 Fifth Ave. (34th St)
Hello all! This is a general call for contributors and columnists for the Cato Institute’s Libertarianism.org, where I am the Editor for History. We are accepting contributions on a wide range of subjects touching the history of classical liberalism and radical libertarianism, from straightforward political and intellectual history to individualist cultural and social history. We place no limitations on time period or geographical location, though we do have a particular interest in expanding our coverage of non-western history.
The SHA graduate council is now soliciting graduate students to attend its annual luncheon at the Southern in Birmingham, Alabama this November! The Graduate Student Luncheon, “Publishing in the 21st Century,” will seat graduate students with publishers, bloggers, podcasters, and digital historians for small-group discussions of academic publishing, virtual networking, social media utilization, and more.
Niels, thank you for your willingness to serve in this capacity. Looking forward to see how H-CivWar develops!
Robert, thank you so much for your years of leadership. Appreciate all you’ve done for this community.
-David K. Graham