The Rocky Mountain Military Affairs Society presents a free public lecture, Indian Warfare: Historical and Archaeological Perspectives, by Dr. Bruce Lutz, Department of Sociology and Anthropology, CSU-Pueblo. Dr. Bruce Lutz joined the faculty at Colorado State University-Pueblo in 2014. He received his doctoral degree from the University of Pennsylvania in 1972, and since 1965 has done archaeological and ethnographic research in the Alaskan Arctic. He is the author of Archaeological Excavations near Unalakleet, Alaska, and numerous other works.
The American Philosophical Society Library is now accepting applications for long and short-term research fellowships for scholars working in the fields of history of science, technology, and medicine; early American history; and Native American and Indigenous studies. Applicants whose research subjects overlap any other APS Library fellowship programs may also submit applications to other pertinent programs, though only one fellowship can be awarded to an individual.
Calling for papers to organize a panel for the upcoming 2019 American Historical Association meeting in Chicago, Jan. 3-6.
The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Native American Scholars Initiative (NASI) Undergraduate Summer Internship provides an opportunity for three talented undergraduates to conduct research, to explore career possibilities in archives and special collections, and to learn about advanced training in Native American and Indigenous Studies and related fields.
Call for Applicants to 2018 Indigenous Writer-in-Residence Fellowship at the School for Advanced Research
About the Awards
Call for Papers
Canadian Nautical Research Society
Annual Conference and General Meeting
Toronto, Ontario, 21-23 June 2018
Lower Lakes, Upper Lakes: Connecting Maritime Heritage
CFP: Edited Collection Preserving U.S. History--Commemorating Contested Events
The editors seek proposals for a chapter to round out a volume of essays on commemorating contested events in U.S. history. The proposed chapter should explore efforts to preserve and memorialize a contested historical event/era or interrogate particular instances of sanitization in relation to women’s, Native Americans’, or LGBTQ individuals’ history. The chapter should also be suitable for the overall theme of the volume, as described in the original CFP included below.
The Newberry Library's long-standing fellowship program provides outstanding scholars with the time, space, and community required to pursue innovative and ground-breaking scholarship.