Just a reminder the deadline for proposals is Thursday, December 1, 2016!
Hello and welcome to H-Midwest, H-Net's home for Midwestern Studies. H-Midwest spans all approaches to Midwestern Studies--sociology, literature, history, economics, cultural studies, law, arts--and questions in the broader field of regional studies as well. We will interrogate where, what, and who is "Midwestern," and why. Our aim is to explore the expanding contours of this growing field, and push them where needed. The H-Midwest Board creates features and resources for the field and welcomes your announcements, posts, queries, discussions, CFP's and all things Midwestern.
Take a look around. H-Midwest Roundtables, discussions, and announcements are below. The images of states above will take you to content relevent to each state. We also post CFP's in Midwestern Studies and reviews of books concerning the Midwest published by H-Net. H-Midwest's Book Review Editor is currently commissioning new reviews. If you have something to post and don't see a space for it, don't worry: if it's about the Midwest, we'll make a space for it.
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Call for Nominees: Jon Gjerde Prize
Call for Nominees: Frederick Jackson Turner Award
Call for Nominees: Dorothy Schwieder Prize
The Midwestern History Association invites nominations for the Dorothy Schwieder Prize for the best article in Midwestern history published during the 2016 calendar year. The winner will be announced in spring 2017 at the annual meeting of the Midwestern History Association.
Call for Nominees: Alice Smith Prize
Call for Nominees: Hamlin Garland Prize
Per IAH President John Larson:
Visiting Humanities Scholar Program
Illinois College, Jacksonville Illinois
Please join us at noon on Thursday, November 17, when Professors Lena M. Hill and Michael D. Hill make a presentation, “Invisible Hawkeyes: African Americans at the University of Iowa during the Long Civil Rights” at the State Historical Society of Iowa, Centennial Building, 402 Iowa Avenue in Iowa City. The program is free and open to the public.
Gateway Arcana: Myths, Mysteries, and Hidden History in the Iowa-Illinois Gateway