The Texas State Historical Association (TSHA) is now accepting applications for the Texas State Library and Archives Commission (TSLAC) Research Fellowship in Texas history. The fellowship includes a $2,000 stipend and is awarded for the best research proposal utilizing the collections of the State Archives in Austin.
Director of Book History and Digital Initiatives
American Antiquarian Society
The American Antiquarian Society seeks director of book and digital initiatives to manage the Society's Program in the History of the Book in American Culture (PHBAC) program and play a leading role in creating and administering digital projects. The Director of Book History and Digital Initiatives acts as an ambassador for AAS to the larger academic community through conferences, programs and public
Call for Papers – DEADLINE EXTENDED!
William J. Lowenberg Memorial Fellowship on America, the Holocaust, and the Jews
Call for applications: 2019-2020 FELLOWSHIPS
FEATURED JOB: Call for History Graders Assessment Affiliates: Paid Part-time Positions, University of Texas - Austin, OnRamps Texas
We seek new team members passionate about developing the potential of young historians across Texas. The OnRamps History Assessment Team provides valuable feedback and scoring for two semester-long courses in American history: HIS315K and HIS315L. Increase the number and diversity of high school students exposed to college history standards – and get paid for it!
In 2011, the Board of Directors (BOD) of Save Historic Antietam Foundation Inc. (SHAF) established an award for scholarly research regarding the Maryland Campaign of 1862, especially the Battle of Antietam. The award is named in honor of Dr. Joseph L. Harsh, longtime professor at George Mason University, and author of a prize-winning trilogy on the Maryland Campaign. Through the generosity of the family and friends of Dr.
Third Annual Global Souths Conference
(formerly, the Deep South in the Global South Conference)
April 4-6, 2019
University of Louisiana - Lafayette
Whether in the American or global context, Souths are the site of cheap labor, once exploited agriculturally and then industrially for the profit of the colonizing and industrialized and technologically advanced Norths.
The program is out and registration is open for “James K. Polk and His Time: A Conference Finale to the Polk Project”!
Join us in April to celebrate the completion of the James K. Polk Project. Begun in 1958, the project is about to finish its fourteen-volume letterpress and digital series of the Correspondence of James K. Polk. These volumes, featuring annotated transcriptions of thousands of letters from 1817–49, enable twenty-first-century readers to use the nineteenth-century documents. They have nurtured diverse scholarship on antebellum America.
Research fellowships at the William L. Clements Library, University of Michigan, exist to help scholars gain access to the Library’s rich array of primary sources on early American history. On almost any aspect of the American experience from 1492 through 1900, the Clements holdings—books, manuscripts, pamphlets, maps, prints and views, newspapers, photographs, ephemera—are among the best in the world.
Short-term fellowships of $1,000 requiring a minimum visit of one week are available in the following categories: