Editors Barbara Brodman and James Doan are seeking original essays for the sixth of a series of books on visions of the supernatural and the apocalyptic in literature and the arts.* They encourage submissions from peoples and cultures around the world and from scholars of the Sciences as well as the Arts.
Research in the Era of COVID-19 II: Archives, Libraries, and the Study of the West
Wednesday, August 12, 2020, 430-600 PM (EDT)
The current pandemic has transformed the life and work of colleges and universities around the world. Institutions of higher education shifted online; students, faculty, and staff departed campuses; libraries, archives, and special collections closed. Institutions also limited or prohibited faculty, staff, and student travel for conducting or presenting research.
Join the Alabama Department of Archives and History (ADAH) for the return of their program, history/now: "Tribal Sovereignty and the Supreme Court: The Alabama Connection." Jonodev O. Chaudhuri, Ambassador of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation to the U.S., and Grant Christensen, law professor at the University of North Dakota, will discuss the July 9 decision of the Supreme Court of the United States in McGirt v. Oklahoma, which affirmed the 1866 boundaries of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation and the nation's sovereignty within those borders.
Join The Maine Historical Society and a team of collaborating historians for an intriguing behind-the-scenes look at the development of a new book exploring a series of contemporary wars, rebellions, and forced migrations happening between 1675 and 1725 across North America and the Atlantic World -- a long-overlooked era of colonial American history.
Materializing Race: An Unconference on Objects and Identity in #VastEarlyAmerica
24–25 August 2020 (Zoom)
Proposals due by 1 August 2020
Organized by Cynthia Chin and Philippe Halbert
The Australasian Journal of American Studies (AJAS), the official journal of the Australian and New Zealand American Studies Association, would welcome the submission of articles relat
Drs. Michelle Daigle and Heather Dorries (University of Toronto) announce the 2021 Symposium “Land Back: Indigenous Landscapes of Resurgence and Freedom” scheduled for April 30 to May 1, 2021. Relations to land are a fundamental component of indigenous worldviews, politics, and identity.
In response to the call for proposals under the Canada Research Chairs (CRC) Program, the Université de Sherbrooke is seeking candidatures to fill a position for a Tier 2 CRC. This is a regular, full-time position.
CALL FOR CHAPTERS
Volume 10: TEACHING THE STRUGGLE FOR CIVIL RIGHTS, 1977-PRESENT
Edited by John Moore (Western Kentucky University), Adam Attwood (Austin Peay State University), & Matt Campbell (Cypress-Fairbanks ISD and University of Houston-Downtown)
Editor Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com (Website for this volume)
Call for Book Proposals – Ecofeminism in Womanist, Queer and Indigenous Perspectives