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Ann: Call for Info on Dissertations in German Studies

Call for information about Dissertations in German Studies

The German Studies Association is continuing its tradition of posting information in the spring newsletter about dissertations completed in any area of German (that means: Austrian, German, Swiss, German diasporic) Studies (any discipline or interdisciplinary). If you received your Ph.D. in 2014 or 2015 or have already defended in 2015, you may be listed in this year’s Spring 2016 newsletter.  (No repeats, however!)

Ann: Assistant Professor Position at SUNY Geneseo

The following job announcement may be of interest to some members of H-HRE

State University of New York - Geneseo, History, Assistant Professor, Europe c. 500-1500 (Excluding British Isles)

The Department of History at SUNY Geneseo invites applicants for a full time, tenure track position for an Assistant Professor in History focusing on Europe, c. 500-1500CE (excluding the British Isles) with research and/or teaching interests in digital history and/or quantitative analysis.

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