The following announcements from H-Net may be of interest to some JHistory list members.
Medical Bondage, Mobility, & Fugitive Logic: Revisiting Harriet Tubman as an Intellectual Figure [announcement]
by Jessica Womack
Building off the new emphasis on black women’s intellectual history, Deirdre Cooper Owens probes Harriet Tubman’s intellectual offerings via her community work via entrepreneurship, abolitionism, herbalism, and institution building. As a historian of medicine, Cooper Owens has documented the importance of Black women’s healing practices to the development of American medicine. Herbalism is one of the foundations of their healing arts (and Harriet Tubman was skilled in this artform). In her presentation, Dr.
by Gil Pasternak
Special Issue of Photography & Culture 14(3)
Photographic Digital Heritage in Cultural Conflicts
The September 2021 issue of the peer-reviewed journal Photography & Culture is a guest-edited special publication dedicated to explorations of photographic digital heritage in cultural conflicts.
by Julie Golia
Application Deadline: September 30, 2021
Fellowship duration: 3 months or more
Award Amount: $25,000
The Martin Duberman Visiting Scholar program at The New York Public Library fosters excellence in LGBT studies by providing funds for scholars to do research in the Library’s preeminent LGBT historical collections. The fellowship is open to both academic faculty and independent scholars who have made a significant contribution to the field.
by Katy Morris
The Massachusetts Historical Society will offer dozens of research fellowships for the 2022-2023 academic year, ranging from short-term support to long-term residency.
Agency and Subjectivity: Rethinking Poststructuralism [announcement]
by Gavin Rae
Call for Papers:
by Eric Lackey
Call for Papers
by Erika Suchecki, H-Net Staff