Free Summer Mentoring Program to be held at Penn State on June 23-28, 2019
Call for Submissions:
History of Education Society Outstanding Book Award
The WHA has eight scholarships, fellowships, and honors avaliable, all of which are due in summer 2019.
Charles Redd Center Teaching Western History Award
CONFERENCE: Experiential Design – Rethinking relations between people, objects and environments
We are happy to announce that registration is now open for the "Imperial Legacies of 1919" conference taking place at the University of North Texas, April 18-20, 2019. The conference includes keynote addresses by Dr. Susan Kingsley Kent (Colorado) and Shrabani Basu, film screenings (Peter Jackson's "They Shall Not Grow Old" at Alamo Drafthouse and "Victoria & Abdul" featuring a discussion with Shrabani Basu), panels, and roundtables on the themes of war and empire.
The University of Lausanne’s Institute of Sport Sciences and the Social and Political Sciences Faculty will be hosting the 2019 CESH Congress from 12th to 14th September. The theme chosen by the organisers is Youth, Youngsters and Sport from Antiquity to the Modern Day.
The Committee on Community Colleges of the Organization of American Historians (OAH) seeks presenters to lead a workshop on "Teaching History in the STEM Era" at the 2020 OAH annual meeting in Washington, DC (April 2-4). The workshop will explore the role of history--and the humanities in general--at a time when higher education and the national culture emphasize STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) career pathways and skills. Participants will discuss their work as history educators at institutions that stress a STEM-based curriculum and will examine the impact of STE
The Committee on Community Colleges of the Organization of American Historians (OAH) is sponsoring a panel for the 2020 OAH annual meeting in Washington, DC (April 2-4, 2020). The general theme for the OAH meeting is "(In)Equalities," and our panel will focus specifically on inequalities in medicine, science, and technology in American history. We welcome proposals from community college faculty, including part-time and contingent faculty, especially those who incorporate their own research in the classroom in innovative ways.
Co-editors, Charlotte Nunes (Lafayette College Libraries) and Andi Gustavson (Harry Ransom Center, The University of Texas at Austin)
The journal Acta Universitatis Carolinae – Studia Territorialia invites authors to submit articles for its 2019 special issue entitled "Public History: Institutions, Actors, and Practices."