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William L. Clements Library Research Fellowships

The William L. Clements Library at the University of Michigan welcomes applications for 2023-2024 research fellowships. The Clements’ holdings—books, manuscripts, pamphlets, maps, prints and views, newspapers, photographs, ephemera—are among the best in the world on almost any aspect of the American experience from 1492 through 1900, and support a diverse array of research projects.

TOC: Special issue of the Harvard Journal of Asiatic Studies on "Slavery in Early Modern East, Inner, and Southeast Asia"

Dear H-Slavery Subscribers, 

I know some of you may be interested in this special issue of the Harvard Journal of Asiatic Studies on "Slavery in Early Modern East, Inner, and Southeast Asia." A fuller announcement is here, at our neighbors H-Asia: https://networks.h-net.org/node/22055/discussions/11649852/toc-hjas-8112-special-issue-sla...

Best wishes, 

Dave Prior
Editor, H-Slavery
Assoc. Professor of History, UNM

Mellon Scholars Program

The Library Company of Philadelphia’s Program in African American History, with the support of the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, is pleased to announce the 2023–24 Mellon Scholars Program of research fellowships, summer internships and workshop.

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