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CFP: From Engagement to Activism: Public History as Civic Responsibility

   Title: CFP: From Engagement to Activism: Public History as Civic

      Responsibility

   Location: North Carolina

   Date: 2014-04-05

   Description: The History Department at North Carolina State

      University invites proposals for From Engagement to Activism:

      Public History as Civic Responsibility North Carolina State

      University Event Date: April 5, 2014 Deadline for Proposals:

      December 1, 2013 On Saturday, April 5, 2014, the Public History

      progra ...

CFP: The Business of Slavery

   Title: The Business of Slavery

   Date: 2014-03-24

   Description: The Business of Slavery 17-19 September 2014,

      University of Nottingham, UK An interdisciplinary conference

      co-hosted by the Centre for Economic and Business History and

      the Institute for the Study of Slavery, University of

      Nottingham, UK. Call for Papers Formerly enslaved persons and

      others forced t ...

   Contact: sheryllynne.haggerty@nottingham.ac.uk

CFP: Gendering the Carceral State: African American Women, History, and Criminal Justice

   Title: Gendering the Carceral State: African American Women,

      History, and Criminal Justice

   Date: 2014-01-15

   Description: Call for Papers

      Gendering the Carceral State: African American Women, History,

      and Criminal Justice The Journal of African American History

      (JAAH) i ...

   Contact: Cheryl.Hicks@uncc.edu

   Announcement ID: 207807

CFP: Gender Issues in the African Diaspora

   Title: IMMEDIATE CALL FOR PAPERS (book chapters) for a book

      dealing with gender issues in the African Diaspora (especially

      the Caribbean region and its wide geographical Diaspora).

      Cambridge University Press (UK)

   Date: 2014-01-01

   Description: CALL FPR PAPERS (book chapters) in an edited book

      that has been accepted for publication by Cambridge University

      Press (UK). Tentative book title: Fanm se Chatenn, Nonm se

      Fouyapen dou (Women are Chestnuts, Men are Breadfruits). This

CFP: Intersections in Reproduction: Perspectives on Abortion, Assisted Reproductive Technologies, and Judicial Review

   Title: Intersections in Reproduction: Perspectives on Abortion,

      Assisted Reproductive Technologies, and Judicial Review

   Location: Connecticut

   Date: 2013-11-18

   Description: Abortion and reproductive technologies have

      historically occupied separate realms in law, policy, and

      academia. In spite of some obvious and natural overlap,

      scholarship exploring the relationship between abortion and

      assisted reproduction is sparse. In 2014, Judith Daar (Whittier

      Law School) and Ki ...

CFP: Making Motherhood Visible

   Title: Making Motherhood Visible; (re)writing narratives of

      contemporary mothers

   Location: New York

   Date: 2013-11-15

   Description: Making Motherhood Visible; (re)writing narratives of

      contemporary mothers conference at Museum of Motherhood, New

      York City, NY CALL FOR PAPERS March 6-8th, 2014 Keynote

      Speaker: Andrea OReilly Deadline for Submissions: November 15,

      2013 Drawing on Andrea OReillys and Barbara Katz Rothmans

      notions o ...

Friends of the Princeton University Library Research Grant

Title: Friends of the Princeton University Library Research Grant

       Program

    Location: New Jersey

    Date: 2014-01-15

    Description: Each year, the Friends of the Princeton University

       Library offer short-term Library Research Grants to promote

       scholarly use of the librarys research collections. Up to

       $3,500 is available per award.Applications will be considered

       for scholarly use of archives, manuscripts, rare books, and

       other rar ...

New research library at the Kentucky Derby Museum

    Title: New research library opens at the Kentucky Derby Museum

    Description: The Kentucky Derby Museum in Louisville, Kentucky,

       announces the opening of its Colonel Clark Library. With

       collections dating back to the mid-19th century, the Colonel

       Clark Library is an outstanding resource for historians,

       especially those interested in business, sporting and local

       history. The c ...

    Contact: cgoodlett@derbymuseum.org

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