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Deadline Extended: SHEAR Dissertation Prize

Deadline for submissions for the SHEAR Dissertation Prize extended to February 15.

The Society for Historians of the Early American Republic invites submissions for the SHEAR Dissertation Prize. The Prize will be awarded to an exceptional dissertation pertaining to the history of North America from 1776 to 1861. Within that period, the dissertation may treat virtually any aspect of history, including political, social, or cultural history. Dissertations successfully defended in calendar years 2016 and 2017 are eligible.

Deadline Reminder: SHEAR Dissertation Prize, due February 1

Deadline for submissions for the SHEAR Dissertation Prize is February 1, 2018

The Society for Historians of the Early American Republic invites submissions for the SHEAR Dissertation Prize. The Prize will be awarded to an exceptional dissertation pertaining to the history of North America from 1776 to 1861. Within that period, the dissertation may treat virtually any aspect of history, including political, social, or cultural history. Dissertations successfully defended in calendar years 2016 and 2017 are eligible.

Feb. 6 MHS Early American History Seminar: Disability, Doctors, and the Law

Boston Area Early American History Seminar at the Massachusetts Historical Society

Tuesday, February 6, 2018, 5:15 PM

Laurel Daen, MHS-NEH Fellow
“We all agree to exclude...those of unsound mind”: Disability, Doctors, and the Law in the Early Republic
Comment: Cornelia Dayton, University of Connecticut

Call for Submissions: Gotham Blog

Cuny's Gotham Center for New York City history blog is soliciting posts pertaining to New York City history. The "Gotham" blog:  is a wonderful resource for scholars of the city and reaches a wide audience. Individuals with interests that fall under the 19th century who would like to submit pitches or draft articles can do so to David Thomson at thomsond@sacredheart.edu.

Title of the Chief Justice?

My understanding is that some time in the 19th century the Chief Justice's formal title changed from Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States to Chief Justice of the United States. Can anyone point me to any articles, books, etc discussing this matter?

Thank you,

Seth

CFP: CUNY Early American Republic Seminar Conference - February 1, 2018 Extended Deadline

Call for Papers:
CUNY Early American Republic Seminar Fourth Annual Graduate Student Conference 

COMMON GROUND: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Early America May 11th, 2018
Graduate Center, CUNY
New York, NY 

Keynote Speaker: Nancy Isenberg, Louisiana State University - Author of White Trash: The 400 Year Untold History of Class in America 

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