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Recent Discussion Posts
Histories in Conversation: Kaw Valley History Conference
Saturday, 22 September 2018
At the University of Kansas
The editors of the Journal of Women's History are pleased to announce the publication of Volume 30, Number 1 (Spring 2018) of the Journal of Women's History, entitled “Women’s Labor, Self-Fashioning, and Historical Imagination.”
You can find the issue on Project Muse here: http://muse.jhu.edu/issue/38173
Looking for panelists for the AAA Annual Meetings 2018 in San Jose, CA.
If interested, please contact us via email with a 250 words abstract:
Apologies for any cross-posting.
H-Empire is seeking scholars to add to their database of reviewers. We'd like to hear from candidates in any level of tertiary education as well as independent and established scholars. H-Empire publishes reviews on all aspects of imperial and colonial studies and are interested in hearing from scholars in any field of research encompassed by these themes.
Recent Blog Posts
By Kara Hisatake and Katie Trostel
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How to Present Yourself Professionally (on a budget), Part II
Building an Online Presence: Personal Websites, LinkedIn, Twitter …
Introducing: H-Grad Resources
How To … Present Yourself Professionally (on a budget)
Summer is a great time to get work done, especially writing if you have no other teaching or course requirements. But how can you make sure you get work done and manage your time effectively? One method is a "writing bootcamp" and guest blogger Danielle Blalock Barefoot writes about what one is and her experience with one.