Calls, awards, and positions: H-NET announcements relevant to J-History

Gerry Lanosga Discussion

The following are excerpts of general H-NET announcements, curated for possible interest to J-Historians. For the complete announcements, visit the H-NET website.

Paper Calls

  Title: Deadline Extended - Queer Film/TV at Film and History

    Location: Wisconsin

    Date: 2015-11-04

    Description: Deadline extended to July 1.CFP: Queer Film and

       Television, Film and History Conference. Nov. 4-8, Madison,

       Wisconsin. "Journeys, Detours, and Breakdowns." In Making Things

       Perfectly Queer, Alexander Doty argues that queerness is a

       reception practice that is shared by all sorts of people in

       varying degrees ...



    Announcement ID: 222905


    Title: CFP: 2015 SIGCIS Workshop - History of Computing,

       Information & Society

    Location: New Mexico

    Date: 2015-06-30

    Description: SIGCIS Workshop 2015. Sunday, October 11, 2015 in

       Albuquerque, New Mexico. Deadline for submissions: June 30,

       2015. The Special Interest Group for Computers, Information and

       Society (SIGCIS) welcomes submissions for our annual one-day

       scholarly workshop to be held on Sunday, October 11, 2015 in

       Albuquerqu ...



    Announcement ID: 222941


Title: Historical Network Research 2015 - Deadline extended

    Date: 2015-06-30

    Description: Historical Network Research 2015- International

       Conference The deadline

       for submissions is June 30, 2015. Call for papers: The Historical

       Network Research is pleased to announce its 3rd Annual

       conference. Having been held in Hamburg in 2013 and Ghent in




    Announcement ID: 223179


    Title: Is Now Accepting Submissions

    Date: 2015-08-01

    Description:, the online history news magazine,

       is now accepting submissions. History Weekly accepts

       submissions of several types, ranging from original research to

       historiography. The magazine encourages topics from a broad

       range of subfields, geographic regions, and time periods. For

       specific ...


    Announcement ID: 223166



    Title: Letitia Woods Brown Memorial Book and Article Award

    Date: 2015-06-10

    Description: Letitia Woods Brown Memorial Book and Article Award

       The Letitia Woods Brown Memorial Book Prize and the Letitia

       Woods Brown Memorial Article Prize are awarded annually by the

       Association of Black Women Historians (ABWH) for the best book,

       anthology, and article about African American women's history




    Announcement ID: 222879


    Title: Lorraine A. Williams Leadership Award of the Association of

       Black Women Historians

    Date: 2015-06-30

    Description: Criteria for the Lorraine A. Williams Leadership

       Award of the Association of Black Women Historians. The Lorraine

       A. Williams Leadership Award honors a black woman in education

       or related areas such as archives, libraries, historical

       societies, museums, etc.Nominees must be outstanding scholars,

       admin ...



    Announcement ID: 222880


    Title: Graduate Student Essay Prize

    Date: 2015-07-01

    Description: Michigan Historical Review's Annual Graduate Student

       Essay prize: Seeking papers on topics related to Michigan's

       past. Papers should be 10,000-12,000 words, footnoted, and

       based on original research. Winning essay will receive $1000

       and publication in an upcoming issue. Deadline is JULY 1st,

       2015. S ...


    Announcement ID: 222957


    Title: Schwieder Prize for Best Article in Midwestern History

    Date: 2015-07-15

    Description: The Midwestern History Association invites

       nominations for the Dorothy Schwieder Prize for the best

       article in midwestern history published in the past calendar

       year, that is, 2014. The winner will be announced in fall

       2015. All articles on midwestern history that were published in

       peer-reviewed jour ...


    Announcement ID: 222917



    Title: New York (2015) Scholars as Critics: Professional

       Development Workshop

    Location: New York

    Date: 2015-09-02

    Description: We are pleased to announce that the CMCS

       international conference Bridging Gaps: Where is the Persona in

       Celebrity and Media? will offer professional development

       workshop Scholars as Critics in New York City on September 2,

       2015. Details of the workshop are given below. The early bird

       registration a ...



    Announcement ID: 222933



    Title: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Unpaid Internship

       Opportunity  Archival Processing

    Location: New York

    Date: 2015-06-12

    Description: The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Unpaid Internship

       Opportunity. Archival Processing. The Metropolitan Museum of Art

       Archives seeks an intern in the fall 2015 semester to gain

       hands-on processing experience and academic credit working with

       archival records held by the Museums Department of

       Photographs.In  ...


    Announcement ID: 222996


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