Massachusetts Historical Society Research Fellowships
H-CivWar is H-Net's network on scholarship, teaching, and outreach on the history of the American Civil War.
SHA 2018 Report: “Northern Civilians and the Occupied Wartime Confederacy”
This panel at the 2018 Southern Historical Association demonstrated that there are more avenues for historians to unpack the meanings of Confederate defeat and the building of the Lost Cause. The panelists were Amy L. Fluker (University of Mississippi), Ann L. Tucker (University of North Georgia), and Sarah K. Bowman (Columbus State University).
How did African Americans and Southerners address the memory of Emancipation and contemplate freedom during Reconstruction? The answer, from Nicole Myers Turner, Caitlin Verboon, and Giuliana Perrone came in the form of political, social, and legal spaces.
The William L. Clements Library at the University of Michigan is accepting applications for 2019 research fellowships. Specializing in pre-1900 American history, the Clements Library's primary resources (books, manuscripts, pamphlets, maps, prints and views, newspapers, photographs, ephemera) support diverse research topics. Strengths include: military history, gender and ethnicity, religion, the American Revolution, Native American history, politics and government, slavery and antislavery, the Civil War, travel and exploration, and others.