It has been almost three hundred since the first international stock market crash took place in France, Britain, and the Netherlands. A spate of cross-disciplinary conferences and publications have added greatly to our understanding of the impact of the Mississipi and South Sea Bubbles and the Dutch windhandel (trade in wind) on European economies and cultures. The colonial, global, and oceanic dimensions of these events have not been studied as closely.
The Faculty in the Department of History & Classics at Providence College are pleased to announce the establishment of the Providence College Seminar on the History of Early America. The Seminar will discuss pre-circulated works in progress, including chapters of doctoral dissertations, book projects, and article drafts on any aspect of early American history. We are particularly interested in article or chapter length papers covering early North American history, but would also consider papers exploring developments in Latin America and the broader Atlantic world.
The USAbroad Editorial committee is pleased to announce that the call for submissions of articles is now open! The articles, written in English, should investigate any aspects of U.S. history and politics: social, economic and intellectual developments, relations of gender, race and class, foreign policy, international relations, history of policies and institutions.
The purpose of the Southeast Indian Studies Conference is to provide a forum for discussion of the culture, history, art, health and contemporary issues of Native Americans in the Southeast. The conference serves as a critical venue for scholars, students and all persons interested in American Indian Studies in the region.
I am pleased to share with you the call for papers for a special issue, to appear in Transmotion: An online journal of post
The conflicts in Korea and Vietnam from 1950 to 1975 continue to impact the United States. This conference seeks to examine how the twenty-five years of war in Asia, following World War II, continue to influence the lives of those who live in the Northern Plains (the Dakotas, Minnesota, Iowa, Nebraska, Wyoming, and Montana). Veterans of these wars are especially encouraged to consider presenting on their service, but also those whose lives were impacted indirectly by the wars.
Race and Ethnicity in the United States: From Pre-Contact to the Present, is a four-volume work with about 700 entries and over 1,000,000 words to be published in 2018. The editors are Russell M. Lawson, Ph.D., Professor of History at Bacone College, and Benjamin A. Lawson, Ph.D., independent Scholar.
Buffalo Bill Centennial Symposium
August 2–4, 2017
Call for Papers for a working group at the 2017 Annual Conference of the American Society for Theatre Research.