Journal of the History of Ideas Blog seeking Contributing Editors

The Journal of the History of Ideas Blog promotes a wide range of scholarship on intellectual history, and we are eager to include scholars on our team of Contributing Editors who can promote work on women's and intellectual history. Contributing Editors either write their own or commission a short piece every 4-6 weeks. If you are interested in auditioning for a position, please feel welcome to contact our primary editors at blogjhi@gmail.com for more information.

New Summer Workshops: Oral History Summer School 2018 in Hudson New York, May and June

Oral History Summer School was established in Hudson, New York, in 2012, as a rigorous training program to help students from varied fields––writers, social workers, radio producers, artists, teachers, human rights workers––make use of oral history as an ethical interview practice in their lives and work.

A Flapper, a Nurse, and a Nun Apply to Catholic University…

I am not pleading for co-education or the admission of “flappers” into the University, but I am pleading for the cause of the women who mean more for the Church in America in one sense, than all its Hierarchy and all its Priests.

– Archbishop Michael Curley to Peter Guilday, October 10, 1924

Reminder: The Vivian G. Prins Fellowship 2018 at the Museum of Jewish Heritage – A Living Memorial to the Holocaust

The Museum of Jewish Heritage – A Living Memorial to the Holocaust is pleased to offer a fellowship for emigrating scholars, artists, museum professionals, and researchers through a grant from The Vivian G. Prins Foundation. The grant is in honor of Bronia Brandman, a survivor of Auschwitz and one of the Museum’s earliest and most steadfast volunteers. The Vivian G.

New Resource: Open Source „Gesellschaftliche Diversität/Vielfalt“

Werte Kolleginnen und Kollegen, 

Dear colleagues,

gerne kündige ich die heutig veröffentlichte  - Open Source - Publikation mit dm Titel „Gesellschaftliche Diversität/Vielfalt“ (Graz, New York 2018).

It is a pleasure to announce my free of charge, open source publication, which is about social impacts, theoretical concepts and historical aspects of gender and diversity.


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