An NEH Summer Institute, "Migration and Empire: The Roman Experience from Marcus Aurelius to Mohammed," open to adjuncts

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To H-Adjunct members:

 

I write on behalf of my colleague, Michael Maas (maas@rice.edu), who is co-organizing a NEH summer institute that is open to adjuncts. It has been posted to subject area lists on h-net (e.g., classics, middle east, world etc., but he wants to make sure that it adjuncts and other contingent faculty are aware of this opportunity. (It is open to faculty at both 4-year and 2-year institutions.) The institute is open to teaching faculty in all fields, and it might be particularly interesting to faculty teaching world or comparative history. 

 

Thank you for your assistance! 

 

Kind regards, 

 

Paula Sanders

sanders@RICE.EDU

Vice Provost for Academic Affairs Rice University 

 

An NEH Summer Institute, "Migration and Empire: The Roman Experience from Marcus Aurelius to Mohammed," will take place in Chapel Hill from June 19 to July 14, 2017 at UNC, Chapel Hill.

 

Professor Michael Maas (maas@rice.edu) Rice University, and Professor Richard Talbert, UNC Chapel Hill, will direct the Institute, which is open to college and university teachers and adjuncts in all related fields. Teachers of world history and comparative history, as well as those interested in the phenomenon of migration in other periods and places are especially welcome.

 

For further information, please see the website: https://history.unc.edu/neh-inst-2017-migration/ .

 

Please address questions to maas7@juno.com or talbert@email.unc.edu.

 

THE APPLICATION DEADLINE IS MARCH 1, 2017.