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Announcement: Papers of Andrew Jackson Webinar: Professor Laura Ellyn Smith, “Anti-Jacksonian Democratization: The First National Political Party Conventions”

The Papers of Andrew Jackson is pleased to announce that the second webinar of our 2020-2021 series is scheduled for Wednesday, March 10, 4-5pm (eastern). Professor Laura Ellyn Smith will present on “Anti-Jacksonian Democratization: The First National Political Party Conventions.” To preregister for this webinar, please visit: tiny.utk.edu/pajwebinar3102021.

Movement: Atlanta’s Journey to Leadership in the Quest for Civil and Human Rights w/Dr. Clarissa Myrick-Harris February 25 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pmEST

Join the Bartow History Museum as Dr. Clarissa Myrick-Harris, Morehouse College professor, presents Movement: Atlanta’s Journey to Leadership in the Quest for Civil and Human Rights.  Dr. Clarissa Myrick-Harris will discuss:

[Apply Now] NEH Summer Institute, Visual Culture of the American Civil War and Its Aftermath

Deadline: Monday, March 1, 2021

This July, the American Social History Project will once again host an NEH Summer Institute for college and university faculty on the Visual Culture of the American Civil War and Its Aftermath. The institute will be a ten-day remote program taking place between June 28 and July 14, 2021.

CFP: Essays in History - An Open Access Journal for Emerging Historians (Deadline: Apr. 2)

I am writing on behalf of the Editorial Board of Essays in History (EiH) to announce that the journal is currently soliciting submissions for its upcoming fifty-fourth volume. We welcome submissions from scholars of the history of the American South. 

Seeking Panelists for AHA 2022 Panel on Resource Extraction on the Gulf Coast

 

Greetings!

I am looking for 2 co-panelists, a chair, and a commenter for a panel for AHA 2022 in New Orleans (January 6-9, 2022). The panel looks to explore the cultures of marine resource extraction/exploitation on the Gulf Coast. My paper will look at the confrontation/friction between white and Vietnamese fishers on the Texas coast during the late 1970s and early 1980s. The panel topic can be tweaked as needed to accommodate other papers. 

Call for Papers: 26th Annual James A. Barnes Graduate History Conference Through Temple University, April 9-10, 2021 (January 31st Deadline)

The January 31st registration deadline for Temple University's 26th Annual James A. Barnes Graduate History Conference is approaching quickly. While many excellent submissions have already come in, there remains room for more papers and panels. The conference will be held over Zoom across April 9-10, 2021 and will include a professional development panel. The event is one of the largest and most prestigious graduate student conferences in the region, showcasing work from participants around the United States and the world. 

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