The Starr Center for the Study of the American Experience invites applications for its full-time residential writing fellowship, which supports outstanding writing on American history and culture by both scholars and nonacademic authors.
Academica Press, a leading independent non-fiction publisher, is proud to call for manuscripts from dynamic scholars at all levels seeking to publish cutting edge work that challenges traditional disciplinary boundaries and provocatively revisits conventional topics. New publications will ideally be devoted to eclectic and under-explored issues and make imaginative uses of theory and method.
The 64th BAAS Annual Conference, University of Sussex
The first of our deadlines, for MHS-NEH support, is January 15, 2019!
The Massachusetts Historical Society will offer more than forty research fellowships for the academic year 2019-2020.
Building the Perfect Army
What if you could create the ideal Civil War fighting force? Five top historians take their shot.
With Lorien Foote, Brian Matthew Jordan, Jennifer Murray, Ethan S. Rafuse, and Brooks D. Simpson
"Death Comes to Us by Many a Way"
A look at the fatal dangers that Civil War soldiers, sailors, and civilians faced away from the battlefield.
By Brian Steel Wills
THE AMERICAN CIVIL WAR AND RECONSTRUCTION
The John L. Nau III Center for Civil War History invites applications for short-term fellowships to conduct research on the U.S. Civil War era at the University of Virginia’s Albert and Shirley Small Special Collections Library for a period of up to one month in 2019.
Who Decides? The History and Future of Monuments in New York City
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 9th, 7-9 PM
Martin Segal Theatre
CUNY Graduate Center
365 Fifth Ave. (34th St)
Hello all! This is a general call for contributors and columnists for the Cato Institute’s Libertarianism.org, where I am the Editor for History. We are accepting contributions on a wide range of subjects touching the history of classical liberalism and radical libertarianism, from straightforward political and intellectual history to individualist cultural and social history. We place no limitations on time period or geographical location, though we do have a particular interest in expanding our coverage of non-western history.