Call for Participants for the SCWH Early Career Committee Mentoring Program

The SCWH Early Career Committee’s Mentorship Program is looking for new participants for 2023. For the past few years, the Mentorship Program has paired recent PhDs and early career scholars with more experienced historians outside their university who have advised mentees on portfolios, helped with grant recommendations, given feedback on writing, and even weighed in on workplace issues.

CFP-Texas A&M History Conference-Between Conflict and Connection

The History Graduate Student Organization at Texas A&M University is proud to  announce our 13th annual graduate and undergraduate history student conference. This conference is an opportunity for students to showcase their research in front of their peers, as well as experts from a variety of historical fields.

Shenandoah University's McCormick Civil War Institute to Offer Free Online Seminar in January

Join Prof. Jonathan A. Noyalas, director of Shenandoah University's McCormick Civil War Institute, for a three-part online seminar in January 2023--Exploring the Civil War's Aftermath in the Shenandoah Valley. All sessions will occur via Zoom, begin at 7 p.m. EST, and are free (however, donations to MCWI are certainly appreciated to support this series). Session dates and topics are as follows:

*Tuesday, January 10: "They Come Not with Fire & Sword": Sheridan's Veterans, Reunion, and Reconciliation's Limits

CENFAD Seeks Master’s Applicants Interested in Force and Diplomacy

Thanks to the generosity of Todd Davis (Temple History PHD), the Center for the Study of Force and Diplomacy (CENFAD) funds a yearly CENFAD Emerging Scholar Graduate Award, a scholarship for applicants to the Temple University MA Program in History. The purposes of the award are to recruit and support MA-level students interested in diplomatic and military history and to do so especially among underrepresented candidates, including women.

Author Interview--Anna Koivusalo (The Man Who Started the Civil War) Part 2

Hello H-CivWar Readers:

Today we continue our conversation with Anna Koivusalo to talk about her new book, The Man Who Started the Civil War: James Chesnut, Honor, and Emotion in the American South, published by the University of South Carolina Press in June 2022.

Part 1

"Texas and the Civil War" John L. Nau III Conference on Texas History: March 25, 2023--application Deadline extended to 11/15/22

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Call for Papers
November 15, 2022

Call For Nominations: Wiley-Silver Prize for Best First Book in Civil War History

The Center for Civil War Research is accepting submissions for the annual Wiley-Silver Prize in Civil War History. The prize will be awarded to the best first book in Civil War history published in 2022. It recognizes exceptional emerging scholars in the history of the American Civil War. The prize is named for two distinguished former members of the University's History Department faculty, Bell Irvin Wiley and James W. Silver. The winner will receive a prize of $2,000.


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