The American Philosophical Society Library is now accepting applications for long and short-term research fellowships for scholars working in the fields of history of science, technology, and medicine; early American history; and Native American and Indigenous studies. Applicants whose research subjects overlap any other APS Library fellowship programs may also submit applications to other pertinent programs, though only one fellowship can be awarded to an individual.
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We invite submissions for an interdisciplinary panel (or panels) that will explore the entangled histories of animals---human and nonhuman---in the German-speaking lands. Over the last two decades, scholars have moved towards a more inclusive approach to history that incorporates all “animals in their historical significance. (Gesine Krüger, Aline Steinbrecher, und Clemens Wischermann, eds., Tiere und Geschichte: Konturen einer Animate History, 2014, p.
The Textile Museum Journal is currently seeking papers and book reviews for publication consideration. Submissions based on original, scholarly research are accepted on a rolling basis.
For consideration in the upcoming volume 45 (2018), submissions must be received by April 1, 2018.
For submission guidelines, please visit our website: https://museum.gwu.edu/submit-research
CFP: Landscape Justice in the Arctic
RGS-IBG Annual Conference, Cardiff, 28th August – 31st August 2018
Convenors: Corine Wood-Donnelly and Hele Kiimann (Uppsala University)
This session will focus on the theme of justice and the future of the Arctic. Its purpose is to identify the gap between current realities and future challenges, using principles of justice to develop integrative and actionable adaptation strategies for the geographies of the Arctic and sub-Arctic region.
We invite you to submit your paper to a special issue of Distinktion: Journal of Social Theory on the theme
‘Locating Affect: On the Ambivalence of Affective Situatedness’
Background to the special issue:
First Global Biophilia Summit
In partnership with www.pandisciplinary.net
Call for Presentations
Dates: May 21, 22 and 23, 2018
Location: Mount Mellary Monastery, County Waterford, Ireland
Conference Fee: From €380 (Includes accommodation, all meals, tea/coffee breaks, and return transport from Dublin to the monastery)
The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Native American Scholars Initiative (NASI) Undergraduate Summer Internship provides an opportunity for three talented undergraduates to conduct research, to explore career possibilities in archives and special collections, and to learn about advanced training in Native American and Indigenous Studies and related fields.
Nominations Sought for the Linda S. Cordell Prize
This award recognizes innovative books in archaeology or anthropological archaeology that best exemplify excellence in writing, significantly advance archaeological method, theory, or interpretation, and inform other subfields of anthropology or related disciplines.
Deadline for the 2019 prize is January 15, 2018
Go to sarweb.org for more information on this program, including eligibility criteria and nomination guidelines.