Federal History, the journal of the Society for History in the Federal Government, seeks submissions for its April 2017 issue. FH examines all aspects of U.S. government history as well as innovative work done in federal history offices. FH is an annual, peer-reviewed academic journal published both in print and online. The journal is indexed by Ebscohost, and the editors welcome articles from federal historians as well as those in academia.
WOMEN, GENDER, AND FAМILIES OF COLOR
The absorption of the U.S. Customs Service into the Department of Homeland Security in 2003 posed great problems for historians as well as administrators. Chief Historian David McKinney wrote in The Federalist:
**Call to early-career scholars to apply for a Cromwell research grant; Note that the deadline is July 11, 2016
See Recent Reviews of Books on Federal History in The Federalist Newsletter.
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UNEXCEPTIONAL: America’s Empire in the Persian Gulf, 1941–2007. Marc J. O’Reilly. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2008. In The Federalist, Winter 2012–13
The Marine Corps University Press (MCUP) is pleased to announce the publication of The Crisis of the African State: Globalization, Tribalism, and Jihadism in the Twenty-First Century, edited by Anthony N. Celso and Robert Nalbandov.
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