The Lumber Heritage Region of Pennsylvania (LHR) is seeking proposals from qualified professional historians and research organizations to complete a region-wide research study focused on diversity in the historic Pennsylvania lumber industry. The researcher will identify, record, and summarize any stories, scenarios and events that highlight the historic role of women and of individuals of diverse and/or marginalized ethnic and cultural identity. The completion of this research study will assist the LHR in relating and teaching a more comprehensive and inclusive history for the region.
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The PHC CARES grant portal opened June 1st and the Pennsylvania Humanities Council has already received numerous applications and inquiries. In light of all that is going on around the world, they have decided to extend the application deadline one week to June 21, 2020.
Complete grant guidelines, a preview of the application, and an FAQ can be found here: https://www.pahumanities.org/phccares
The Washington Area Early American Seminar, hosted by the University of Maryland, 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 always preferable to polished, already-accepted pieces.
Following is the Table of Contents for the latest issue of the Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography.
Published by the University of Pennsylvania Press.
Volume 144.2, April 2020
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