The National Museum of the American Indian has a variety of blogs on topics from Indian history, art, and education, all linked from their main blog site.
Lectures, Seminars, and Workshops
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DEADLINE EXTENDED TO JANUARY 17
*2014 National Underground Railroad Conference*
*Call for Presentations*
CALL FOR PAPERS:
“The Hard Hand of War: Civilians and Irregulars in the Civil War”
October 23-25, 2014 Louisville, Kentucky
Lee Ann Whites (University of Missouri) Aaron Sheehan-Dean (Louisiana State University)
The 2014 Susie Pryor Award Competition
The Arkansas Women’s History Institute announces its call for the 2014 Susie Pryor Award submissions. The award is named in honor of Susie Hampton Newton Pryor – mother, community leader, local historian and writer from Camden, Arkansas.
The Susie Pryor Award in Arkansas Women’s History offers a $1,000 prize annually for the best unpublished essay on topics in Arkansas women’s history.
Reviewed for H-SAWH by Martha King
McMahon, Lucia. Mere Equals: The Paradox of Educated Women in
the Early American Republic. Ithaca: Cornell University Press,
2012. xvii + 228 pp. $45.00, ISBN 978-0-8014-5052-5.
Title: The Society of Civil War Historians Excellence in Public
Description: The Society of Civil War Historians solicits
nominations for the $5000 Award for Excellence in Public
History. The award recognizes an outstanding public history
project completed and made available to the public in 2012 or
2013 that enhances public awareness and understanding of the
Civil War era, ...
Title: Travel Grant for John Hope Franklin Research Center for
African and African American History and Culture
Location: North Carolina
Description: The John Hope Franklin Research Center for African
and African American History and Culture, thanks to generous
funding from GlaxoSmithKline, is offering travel grants for
scholarly research in the collections of the David M.
Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library at Duke University.
The John Hop ...
Title: Miller Center National Fellowship 2014-2015: Application
Description: The Miller Center at the University of Virginia is
pleased to announce that it is now accepting applications for
the 2014-2015 National Fellowship program. The Miller Center
Fellowship program funds scholars completing dissertations that
employ history to shed light on American politics and public p
Title: Women's International Study Center
Location: New Mexico
Description: Scholars, academics, published authors and
acknowledged experts in their fields may apply to become
Scholars-in-Residence at WISC. Their work must focus on women
in the arts, sciences, cultural preservation or business. The
period of residence is normally a month with a stipend of
$1,000. Two-week o ...