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.
I am pleased to announce that National Women’s History Museum’s recently released its new report, Where are the Women? A Report on the Status of Women in the United States Social Studies Curriculum. Where are the Women? examines the status of women's history in state-level social studies standards. It is the most complete, current evaluation of women’s history integration in US public, K-12 education.
We invite authors from the humanities and social sciences to submit book proposals and manuscripts for our new book series in Intercultural Transfer Studies. We seek manuscripts that highlight the interconnected nature of the modern world since the fifteenth century. Book proposals and manuscripts should focus on the processes of intercultural contacts and transfers that shaped human societies and cultures. The intercultural transfer paradigm allows us to study phenomena within the space these phenomena created, and which cuts across national spaces.
The American Social History Project/Center for Media and Learning at the City University of New York Graduate Center will host a two-week NEH Summer Institute for college and university faculty in July 2018 on the Visual Culture of the American Civil War and Its Aftermath. Applications to participate will be accepted via mail, e-mail, and our online application system until March 1, 2018.
Please excuse for cross-posting. Seeking two-three additional papers and a Chair for the 2018 Society for the Study of American Women Writers (SSAWW) Conference. With the decentering of the “book” in literary studies, and the decentering of the published “author” in the study of American women writers, scholars are increasingly turning their attention to the other genres of literary production women engaged in – from their contributions to literary societies to their reform and advocacy writings.
The National Endowment for the Humanities and Carthage College invite you to apply for a professional development opportunity in women’s history this summer.
Come and explore the remarkably understudied stories of how women in the Americas achieved the suffrage. Seventeen specialists from Argentina to Canada will each present a piece of the interconnecting pattern that led to suffrage extensions across the hemisphere.
We are organizing panels and roundtables for NWSA 2018 ((https://www.nwsa.org/cfp), and hope you will consider submitting panel sessions and individual papers through the North America Asian Feminist Collective Caucus (NAAF). The NAAF Caucus will collect the abstracts, organize them into thematic panel sessions, select NAAF sponsored panels and workshops, and will coordinate the submission of completed panels to NWSA under NAAF.
Application deadline: March 1, 2018
Massachusetts Historical Society Short-term Fellowships carry a stipend of $2,000 to support four or more weeks of research in the MHS collections sometime between July 1, 2018, and June 30, 2019. Over twenty awards will be made, including two Ruth R. & Alyson R. Miller Fellowships to support research in women's history. Short-term fellowships are open to independent scholars, advanced graduate students, and holders of the Ph.D. or the equivalent.