The American Social History Project/Center for Media and Learning at the City University of New York Graduate Center will host a two-week NEH Summer Institute for college and university faculty in July 2018 on the Visual Culture of the American Civil War and Its Aftermath. Applications to participate will be accepted via mail, e-mail, and our online application system until March 1, 2018.
In this panel, we welcome discussions on the history of police brutality in communities of color throughout the twentieth century. All regions and eras are welcome.
Call for Book Chapter Submissions: In Authentic America: Heritage, identity, performance and commemoration in the United States
Encyclopedia of the Jackson Purchase
The Activist History Review invites proposals for our March issue, “Is It Time to Bury Neoliberalism?: Writing History in the Present Tense.”
Center for the Study of Federalism Launches New Federalism Website
The Center for the Study of Federalism USA (CSF) has launched its website--federalism.org -- the first American website exclusively devoted to federalism. Winner of the prestigious Graphis gold award for its logo design and Gold Award from Educational Digital Marketing, federalism.org is the official CSF site and a clearinghouse for a wide range of federalism resources and information.
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We live in a world increasingly populated and altered by human beings. Along with the physical transformations have come fundamental changes in how we conceptualize our relationship with the world around us. Where once wild places represented darkness, danger, and temptation, they now conjure images of personal challenge (“conquering” the Appalachian trail or Mount Rainier), individual spiritual renewal, or hope against the degradation of rampant co
MADISON IN THE 60’s EXAMINES HOW A DECADE OF CHANGE IMPACTED AMERICA
Conference Explores Roots of Mid-West Radicalism and University’s Impact on Counterculture, Anti-War Movement and American Politics
The St. George Tucker Society, an interdisciplinary scholarly organization dedicated to the study of the American South, is proud to announce its annual M. E. Bradford Dissertation Prize. The award recognizes the best dissertation focused on the South, any time period and any discipline. The prize carries a $1,000 award and travel assistance may be available to the recipient to discuss the project at the Society’s annual meeting. Attendance at the July 26-28, 2018 meeting in Jackson, Mississippi is mandatory for receipt of the prize.