American Studies Association of Turkey
The Council on America’s Military Past (CAMP) is calling for papers for its Journal. We welcome submissions of interesting, original articles on American military history, especially topics that deal with significant sites (which could include installations, battlefields, ships and airplanes). We also welcome articles on biography and historic preservation, especially if they are related to particular sites. Maps and photos are strongly encouraged. We ask that authors submit manuscripts by e-mail to our editors, using a system that is compatible with Microsoft Word.
CALL FOR PAPERS
Collecting & Collectibles Area of the Popular Culture Association
2019 Conference — April 17-20 at the Washington Marriott Wardman Park, Washington, D.C.
The Collecting and Collectibles Area of the Popular Culture Association invites paper submissions on any topic involving collecting. Subject areas might include, but are not limited to:
• why people collect (motives/motivations)
• particular collectors and/or collections
• social and cultural aspects of collecting
Call for Papers for the 72nd Annual Meeting of the Alabama Historical Association in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, April 25-27, 2019
Call For Papers - Proposals due by 15 September 2018
DEADLINE October 29, 2018
The Vernacular Architecture Forum invites paper proposals for its 38th Annual Meeting Landscapes of Succession, May 29 to June 1, 2019 in Philadelphia, PA. Papers may address vernacular and everyday buildings, sites, or cultural landscapes worldwide. http://www.vernaculararchitectureforum.org/2019-Call-for-Papers
Due date for submission is September 3, 2018.
Rare Book School is Now Accepting Applications for Fall 2018 & Winter 2019 Courses
Applications are now being accepted for six Rare Book School courses offered this fall and winter at the Morgan Library & Museum, the Library of Congress, and the University of Virginia. Visit https://rarebookschool.org/news/fall-winter-2018/ for more details.
In New York City (28 October–2 November):
- The Book of Hours, 1250–1550; taught by Roger S. Wieck.
In Washington, DC (2–7 December):
We are looking for contributors to a workshop focused on ethnical, legal, professional and educational issues surrounding handling materials featuring forms of indigenous cultural/intellectual heritage, and/or created with participation of indigenous peoples, or on indigenous lands.
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