The 2019-20 Warren Center Faculty Fellowship will be on the theme of Past, Present, and Future of Ethnic Studies led by Ju Yon Kim (English), Lorgia Garcia-Peña (Romance Languages and Literatures/Hist & Lit), and Genevieve Clutario (History/Hist & Lit).
Call for Papers: Graduate Conference on “Movement and Migration,” with Keynote Speaker Mae Ngai
Submission Deadline: Friday, February 1, 2019
Date of Conference: Saturday, March 30, 2019
The Department of History at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in association with the Office of the Chancellor seeks an innovative and creative scholar and public historian who will create and sustain a new Public History Project on campus. This position will end on June 30, 2021; this position may be extended or become renewable.
“Screening Indigenous Bodies”
Special Issue of Screen Bodies: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Experience, Perception, and Display
Guest Editor: Dr. Sol Neely (Cherokee Nation)
Location: Centenary United Methodist Church, 2800 Tates Creek Road, Lexington KY 40502
Theme: Restoration through the Spirit - Native Spirituality in Today's World
Educators, students and the public are welcome to attend. Teachers please contact C. Isbel at <email@example.com> to schedule school groups.
(S)= Saturday only
Organized movements for social change have often preceded or immediately followed periods of warfare. The temporal proximity of social movements and warfare raises several interesting questions. Among others, in what ways have movements for social change been linked to periods of violent conflict?
The German Historical Institute Washington is proud to announce the second round of the fellowship program “Innovation through Migration” at its Pacific Regional Office in Berkeley, GHI West. The fellowship program offers up to three senior scholars per year the chance to come to Berkeley to help shape the emerging Center for the History of Migration and Knowledge which is being established at GHI West. Senior scholars should have a tenured position (Professor or Associate Professor) or have published their second book (i.e. Habilitation) and be based in North America or Europe.
Contemporary Jewry CFP: Analysis and Reflection on the Social Scientific Study of Jewry: The State of our Field and Suggestions for its Future