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CFP ASEEES 2016 - Looking for third panelist and chair

Hi All,

I am currently looking for a third panelist and chair to complete an ASEEES panel on revolutionary women in Eastern Europe in the 19th century (and/or into the 20thc). The first paper is on the Polish women's movement, and the second paper looks at Russian revolutionary women and their reception in the U.S. The application is due by Feb 15th

If interested, please email me at cgibson2@binghamton.edu

Chelsea Gibson
PhD Candidate, Binghamton University 

[Update] CFP Deadline Extension to Feb. 15 for Encountering the Unexpected: Glitches, Displacements, and Marginalia


The Call for Papers Deadline has been extended to February 15, 2016 for Encountering the Unexpected: Glitches, (Dis)placements, and Marginalia, a Syracuse University Department of Religion Graduate Student Conference

March 25th and 26th, 2016

Postdoctoral Fellowship in Women's and Gender History - Journal of Women's History and Binghamton University

The following postdoctoral fellowship is published on the H-Net Job Guide at http://www.h-net.org/jobs/job_display.php?id=52509 and has been reprinted here for circulation via H-Grad.

The Journal of Women's History and Binghamton University are pleased to announce a postdoctoral fellowship in Women's and Gender History for the 2016-2017 academic year. Please see the announcement below for information on the position and how to apply. All applications are due by March 1, 2016.

Call for Submission to the Graduate History Review


The Graduate History Review is currently accepting submission from graduate students working in all fields and periods of history. The submission deadline for our summer issue is February 26th, 2016

For more info:
See our website: ghrjournal.wordpress.com  

We look forward to your submission!

Meghan Kort and Ezekiel Gow
Editors, The Graduate History Review