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CFP: Chesapeake Studies: Casting a Wide Net

From June 5-7, 2019, Salisbury University will host “Chesapeake Studies: Casting a Wide Net,” an inaugural interdisciplinary academic conference for professional scholars and graduate students studying the Chesapeake and Delmarva region.  We invite proposals for presentations and panel discussions that contribute to the scholarly understanding of the region from a broad range of disciplines in the humanities, social sciences, natural sciences, and the arts.  We intend for this to be the

Brown Bag Lecture Series: Breaking the Mason-Dixon Line: Maryland, the Mid-Atlantic, and Loyalty in the Civil War, 1861-1865

Brown Bag Lecture Series: Breaking the Mason-Dixon Line: Maryland, the Mid-Atlantic, and Loyalty in the Civil War, 1861-1865

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Construction History Society of America Biennial Meeting and Conference May 24, 2018

 

Construction History Society of America Biennial Meeting and Conference

  • Start

    Thursday, May 24, 2018

  • End

    Saturday, May 26, 2018

  • Location

    University of Maryland 

The Construction History Society of America's 6th Biennial Conference will be hosted by the CHSA and the School of Architecture, Planning & Preservation at the University of Maryland from May 24-26, 2018.  

CFP: Washington Early American Seminar 2018-19

The Washington Area Early American Seminar, hosted by the University of Maryland, College Park, invites proposals from scholars wishing to present work in progress in the next academic year on any topic connected to Atlantic world or American history prior to 1865. Genuine work in progress is preferable to polished, already-accepted pieces and we especially welcome proposals from scholars farther afield who will be visiting the DC area for research this coming year. 

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