Join the Centre for the Study of the Inland for a two-day symposium exploring connections between sovereignty, survivance and occupation of place. With speakers from around Australia and the globe, we will present panels and roundtable discussions examining a range of topics including: intersections between place, mobility and sovereignty; ways of centring the experiences of marginalised peoples and places; and the impact of Indigenous studies research and methodologies.
This year the Ohio Seminar will be offering seminars in its traditional format, and in association with the Modern American Program and the Center for Historical Research Program in “Revolutions.” We welcome all faculty and students with an interest in early American studies, and also in the broader interest in wider comparative topics that this working group is developing.
Joint Early and Modern American Seminar:
Sept. 1: Staunton Lynd, Attorney, Independent Scholar
Call for Papers
The American Philosophical Society Library offers short-term residential fellowships for conducting research in its collections.
I am seeking short (15 minute) papers/presentations for the following panel:
IFUSS: The International Forum for U.S. Studies: A Center for the Transnational Study of the United States, at The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign announces new Fellowships:
The 'Other' Border: Canada and the United States
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.