As women of color faculty continue to chart pathways into university administration, they enter a space that can be isolating and, in many instances, without mentorship. This one-day workshop is designed to provide women of color faculty who are either entering or considering higher education administration the opportunity to hear and be in conversation with experienced women of color administrators from a diverse representation of institutions.
Call for Submissions:
History of Education Society Outstanding Book Award
This award recognizes the most outstanding book on the history of education published during the previous year. This includes work on schooling as well as educational institutions and processes more broadly, concerning the U.S. and/or other locations. Only books copyrighted in 2017 are eligible for consideration for the 2018 prize.
Criteria used to evaluate the books include:
The Indigenous Studies Area of the Midwest Popular Culture Association seeks panel proposals and paper abstracts for the annual Midwest Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association conference to be held from Thursday-Sunday, 4-7 October 2018 at the Hyatt Regency Indianapolis, IN.
The Native American Studies Area of the Mid-Atlantic Popular & American Culture Association is accepting proposals dealing with any issue peratining to the literuature, representation, or history of Native Americans. Proposals are due by June 30, 2018, and the conference takes place at the Lord Baltimore Hotel in Baltimore, MD from November 8 to 10, 2018. The conference is open to students, academics, and independent scholars.
The BrANCH committee is pleased to invite proposals for our 25th anniversary annual conference, to be held at Madingley Hall, Cambridge, 5th-7th October, 2018.
Indigenous Borderlands of the Americas
An international symposium sponsored by the Center for the Study of the Southwest
Texas State University, San Marcos, Texas,
April 6-7, 2018
Organized by Joaquín Rivaya-Martínez, Jones Professor of Southwestern Studies
Indigenous Landscapes and Colonial Boundaries:
Reading Nature into Colonial Archives
A Public Lecture by Dr. Cynthia Radding, Gussenhoven Distinguished Professor of History and Latin American Studies, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Sponsored by the History Department and the Center for the Study of the Southwest
Texas State University
Thursday, April 5, at 10:30 am
Comal Building, Room 116
Call for Papers: Special Forum “American Territorialities”