Join us for a free Black History talk in central London. All are welcome and there is no need to book.
Historian and archaeologist Abigail Coppins will explain how over 2,000 black and mixed-race soldiers came to be imprisoned in Hampshire during the 1790s. Her research is based on an exciting new exhibition now on at Portchester Castle (English Heritage) that tells their fascinating stories.
The history of free ports research network is organising a number of conferences in the next years, in order to work towards a standard publication and interactive research platform for the history of free ports from the 16th to the early 20th century.
The Newberry Library's long-standing fellowship program provides outstanding scholars with the time, space, and community required to pursue innovative and ground-breaking scholarship.
Symposium: Follow the Map: Reflecting on 200 Years of the Harvard Map Collection
25 - 26 October 2018
Harvard Library, Cambridge, MA
An interdisciplinary symposium hosted by the Harvard Library and made possible through the generous gift of Abby Smith Rumsey, AB Radcliffe College, MA, PhD Harvard.
Revised Call for Papers and New Deadline - “II International Conference on Bartolomé de Las Casas.”
The Roosevelt Institute for American Studies (RIAS) is a library, conference venue, and graduate school dedicated to the study of American history, politics, and culture. Founded in 1987 as the Roosevelt Study Center, it is located in the center of Middelburg, near the ancestral home of the Roosevelt family. Since 2003, the RIAS has hosted a recurring PhD seminar in American history / American studies, at which current postgraduate students are invited to share their approaches, methods, and findings in a small, congenial setting.
In print for 50 years, Terrae Incognitae focuses on the history of exploration and is published by Taylor and Francis. Over the years, the journal has expanded from one to two issues per year, plus a thematic online-only edition.