2021 marked the 175th anniversary of the first Georgia Supreme Court session. Observing this anniversary, the Georgia Archives invites proposals for presentations / posters for our annual symposium looking at Georgia’s Judiciary and Courts. We welcome proposals on a variety of topics, including but not limited to milestones in Georgia jurisprudence, significant cases or decisions, idiosyncrasies within the court system, court reco
At the Maryland Center for History and Culture (MCHC) in Baltimore, MD, the Ashby M. Larmore Fellowship was created to foster and expand genealogical and historical knowledge related to the Eastern Shore of Maryland. Established in honor of the late Ashby Morton Larmore to honor Mr. Larmore’s dedication to continual learning through primary source study, the fellowship seeks to support scholarly research using primary sources in the collections of MCHC's H. Furlong Baldwin Library and other field resources.
McCullough Research Fellowship
Marietta College’s Bank of America/David and Rosalee McCullough Research Fellowship encourages the scholarly use of special collections at the Legacy Library by providing support for travel, lodging, and food at Marietta, Ohio.
Call for Proposals:
The Laboratory for Transnistrian Conflict Analysis (Lucian Blaga University of Sibiu) and the Balkan History Association invite scholars from all ranks to submit abstracts on topics regarding: 1) the political and geopolitical causes of the war; 2) evaluations of documentary sources and partial analyses; 3) quantitative and qualitative evaluation of the combat forces: level of training; professionalism of the command structures; tactics, weapons, and equipment; 4) the specifics of the organization and action of the paramilitaries; 5) reconstitut
Digitally-Aided Mobilities in the Post-Pandemic Asian Context
May 19-20, 2022
Celebrate All Saints Day by learning about cemetery archaeology and genealogy with this virtual program!
A panel of archaeologists and a genealogist will discuss identification, documentation guidelines, and research resources and challenges.
The Lepage Center for History in the Public Interest at Villanova University is soliciting institutional partners to host interns during the summer of 2022.
The Lepage Center will fund Villanova undergraduate and graduate students to work on history projects aimed at serving the public interest. The Lepage Center seeks to partner with institutions who will emphasize mentorship and can demonstrate a plan for, and commitment to, the professional and intellectual development of interns.
The American Historical Association’s Grants to Sustain and Advance the Work of Historical Organizations Program provides $2.5 million to support dozens of small history-related organizations adversely affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. These grants, ranging from $10,000 to $75,000, fund short-term projects that explore new ideas or build on experiments initiated during the pandemic—from virtual programming or online publications to using new technologies or expanding audiences and accessibility.