Journal of Southern History, Vol. 89, No. 2 (May 2023)

The editors of the Journal of Southern History announce the publication of the May 2023 issue. Southern Historical Association members can look for their copies in the mail soon, and it is available online via Project MUSE (https://muse.jhu.edu/issue/50176).

Catholic Paternalism and Slavery's Capitalism: Bishop John England's Defense of Domestic Slavery and the Interstate Slave Trade
By David Roach

Call for Candidates for the Nicholas Cefalu Graduate Research Assistantship

The Center for Southeast Louisiana Studies at Southeastern Louisiana
University announces the competition for the Nicholas Cefalu Graduate Research
Assistantship. The assistantship is designed to encourage graduate student
research into long term Louisiana legislator and businessman Nicholas Cefalu’s
home region of southeast Louisiana and/or surrounding regions of the state and
Gulf South.

Southern Historical Association Junior Scholars Workshop

Greetings from the Southern Historical Association’s Junior Scholars Workshop! We cordially invite you to attend the last workshop installment for this academic year featuring Dr. Amanda Kleintop of Elon University. The Junior Scholars Workshop is designed to encourage advanced graduate students and recent graduates in the field of southern history by providing an opportunity to share their work with and receive constructive feedback from senior historians.

Curate a Targeted List of Publishers for Your Book Manuscript

Dr. Maurits van den Boogert, Acquisitions Editor of Middle East and Islamic Studies at BrillElena Müller, Program Director for Biblical, Jewish, and Theological Studies at Mohr Siebeck, and Dr. Sophie Wagenhofer, Program Director of History & Library and Information Science at De Gruyter, join Avi Staiman for an insightful and practical discussion on strategic steps you can take to identify the best publisher or press for your research. 

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