Upcoming Interview: Transforming Academic Work Into “Brainy Non-Fiction”

We want to invite you to our upcoming interview on writing an academic book with popular appeal. Scholars such as Yuval Noah Harari and Jordan Peterson have broken barriers by transforming their academic works into compelling books that appeal to a large audience. How did they succeed in doing so?

Join senior editors Heather Gold of Yale University Press, Michael Watson of Cambridge University Press, and Richard Baggaley of Mcgill-Queen's University Press for a discussion on how to position your manuscript to shape public debate.

Together, we will explore:

EVENT: Moving Beyond the Monograph- New and Creative Models of Academic Publication Every Scholar of Humanities Should Know About

Dear H-Antisemitism Readers,

I want to invite you to join me for my exclusive interview with Chris Harrison, Publishing Development Director of Humanities and Social Sciences at Cambridge University Press as part of our ongoing 'Publication Success Interview Series'. 

Chris will discuss how Cambridge is moving beyond the monograph to introduce new and creative publication models to fill the gap between academic articles and books. Register to learn more about how you can take advantage of this new forum to publish your research and advance your career.

International Virtual Lecture Series: Talking Memory with Guest Speakers Professor Jan Grabowski and Professor Natalia Aleksiun

The Ghetto Fighters' House invites you to a

Special "Talking Memory" Program


Prof. Jan Grabowski


Prof. Natalia Aleksiun


Defending Holocaust Scholarship

Thursday, March 4, 2021



Kentucky Female School Superintendents Prior to School Suffrage in 1912

In 1912 the Kentucky General Assembly passed legislation giving literate women who otherwise met the same requirements as men, the right to vote in school elections. Sixty-one women in forty-eight counties were elected as County Superintendent of Schools in the years before this legislation was passed. Amanda T. Million was the first female superintendent in Kentucky. She was appointed in 1886 to fill her deceased husband’s unexpired term and was subsequently elected to the office twice.

CFP: Between War and Mass Murder: 80 Years to Operation ‘Barbarossa', WGC 22 and 24 June 2021

The Holocaust Studies Program of the Western Galilee College is inviting proposals for an international conference commemorating 80 years to Operation "Barbarossa" and the initial phase of the "Final Solution" 
For over half a century historians have treated the 22 June 1941 as the most significant date in the annals of the Second World War. David Glantz aptly called it "When Titans Clashed", and indeed the clash of the Titans it was.  

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