In conjunction with the exhibition "Fashion on All Fronts" at Old College Gallery, University of Delaware: Margaret D. Stetz, Mae and Robert Carter Professor of Women's Studies, will talk about women's roles in World War One and interview Gabrielle Griswold, who has lent her mother's YWCA uniform to the exhibition. At 4:30 pm, Tuesday October 31st, in the Class of 1941 Lecture Room of the University of Delaware's Morris Library, 181 South College Avenue, Newark, DE, 19717. Free and open to the public.
Marking the centenary of the entry of the United States into the war, this conference brings together scholars from myriad fields to examine the legacies of the war in its global, imperial, national, and local dimensions. The symposium will open with "Enter the Peace Broker: Woodrow Wilson’s Fight for Peace," an innovative roundtable featuring Sir Hew Strachan, Bruno Cabanes, John Cooper, and David McDonald.
In January 2018, Simon Fraser University Press will launch the open access review journal Global Military Studies Review. The purpose of this new tri-annual publication format is to provide an overview of the newest publications in the broad field of Military Studies (History, IR, Political Science, Security Studies, etc.)
We therefore ask interested reviewers to send us a short statement of interest to review for this new journal and up to three fields of interest. A current list of titles available for review will also be provided on request.
Temple University's Center for the Study of Force and Diplomacy (CENFAD) is delighted to once again solicit submissions for its annual Edwin H. Sherman Prize for Undergraduate Scholarship in Force and Diplomacy. The recipient of the Edwin Sherman Prize receives a $1,000 award along with a certificate. CENFAD welcomes submissions from students or instructors/advisors/mentors.
The 2017 Ohio Valley HIstory Conference will be at Murray State University from October 19 through 21.
The Conference Hotel is the Best Western University Inn 270-753-5353. Mention history conferendce for conference rate.
Program and Registration information available from Dr. William H. Mulligan - firstname.lastname@example.org
CALL FOR PAPERS FOR POPULAR CULTURE/AMERICAN CULTURE ASSOCIATION CONFERENCE
For Conference details and instructions on submitting a paper proposal, go to https://conference.pcaaca.org/help/conference/submitting-proposals-confe...
Deadline for proposal submissions is October 1.
Papers having to do with any aspect of military or civilian experiences during any armed conflict or the various representations of those experiences are welcomed.
The Center for Civil War Research and the Arch Dalrymple III Department of History invite you to attend the eleventh annual Conference on the Civil War to be held September 29-30 in Oxford, Mississippi. This year’s theme is “Borders, Boundaries, and Lines in the Civil War.” Dr. Christopher Phillips of the University of Cincinnati will deliver the keynote address entitled “Southern Cross, North Star: The Cultural Politics of Race and Irreconciliation on the Post-Civil War Middle Border” on Friday, September 29 at 6:30pm in room 107 of the Croft Institute.
The Tennessee Historical Society, Nashville, Tennessee, will begin accepting applications for the 2018 Wills Research Fellowship on October 1, 2017. The purpose of the fellowship is to promote the interpretation of Tennessee history and the scholarly use of the Society’s collections, housed at the Tennessee State Library and Archives, Nashville. See the TSLA for a catalog and manuscripts guide. The fellowship is provided through the Society’s Jesse E. Wills Memorial Fund.
On 22-24 February 2018, the Consortium on the Revolutionary Era, 1750-1850 will take place in Philadelphia at the Waterfront Hilton. This is an interdisciplinary conference provides a venue for the presentation of original research on the history of Europe, the Atlantic World and beyond during the period 1750-1850. We welcome proposals from allied disciplines and comparative studies; in short, we offer a platform for research into the revolutionary era broadly defined.
The Rocky Mountain Military Affairs Society presents a free public lecture, "The View from the Turret: The 743rd Tank Battalion during World War II, by Dr. William Folkestad, Dean, College of Humanities and Soc. Sciences, CSU-Pueblo. William Folkestad, Dean of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences at CSU–Pueblo, received his doctorate in medieval studies from the University of Washington, Seattle, Washington in 1992. He has published two peer-reviewed books with World War II as their subject: The View from the Turret.