H-Florida is designed to connect scholars within all academic disciplines of the humanities and social sciences, to serve as a discussion space, and to further research in one of the most ethnically and socioeconomically diverse areas of the United States.
American Society for Environmental History Equity Graduate Student Fellowship
ASEH created this fellowship to recognize a graduate student from an underrepresented group for his or her achievements in environmental history research, to expand ASEH membership, and to broaden the topics of study in the field. The fellowship provides a single payment of $1,000 for Ph.D. graduate student research and travel in the field of environmental history, without geographical restriction. The funds must be used to support archival research and travel during 2017.
Southern Cultures, the award-winning, peer-reviewed quarterly from UNC’s Center for the Study of the American South, encourages submissions from scholars, writers, and artists for our State by State Issue, to be published Summer 2017.
Given the temporary nature of most 2nd Seminole War era forts, very few renderings of these posts have survived. A few months ago, while researching items held by the Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library at Yale, I unexpectedly came across the enclosed diagram of Fort Micanopy (1837). It is certainly one of the most detailed images I have ever seen and so I wanted to share this with list members. The diagram reveals new information, such as the numerous exterior "kitchens" located outside of the palisaded structure.