Join us for a free webinar to celebrate Betty Friedan and her legacy. Author, Journalist, Educator, Activist. A visible, ardent, and important advocate for women’s rights, dubbed the “mother” of the modern women’s movement. Author of The Feminine Mystique, 1963. A founder and first president of NOW. She organized the Women’s Strike for Equality on August 26, 1970 on the 50th anniversary of women’s suffrage, to raise awareness about gender discrimination.
Virtual Public Program: UF in the Mississippi Delta. A Decade-Plus of Documenting the Black Freedom Struggle and the Modern Civil Rights Movement
DATE: Wednesday, January 27, 2021
The Journal of Ankara Studies published by Koc University Vehbi Koc Ankara Studies Research Center (VEKAM) aims to create a platform for academic studies from different disciplines revealing new data on urban elements of Ankara through scientific methods and release these studies to the public.
The Sydney Brenner Research Fellowship, endowed by the Francis Goelet Charitable Trust in 2006, is one of three opportunities offered by the CSHL Center for Humanities & History of Modern Biology. It offers stipends of up to $5,000 to fund travel and other expenses associated with work on a significant research project in the history of the life sciences drawing on collections in the Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Archives.
Close Encounters in War Journal – n. 4 (2021)
Thematic Issue: “Emotions and Close Encounters in War”
Call for articles
Samuel Proctor Oral History Program at the University of Florida announces the 2021
Now in its second year, the Toyin Falola Prize is inviting young African writers to reach to the core of Africa to make, re-make, affirm, and re-affirm the African (hi)story creatively. The short story must be anchored on Africanfuturism: we look toward stories speculating and extrapolating African past, present, and future. We are particularly concerned with how Africanfutures can be creatively (re)imagined.
I'm pleased to announce you the release of "Rashōmon in the Sahara" (free, in open access). Three years of work, numerous field missions in Morocco, Western Sahara, France and Spain; more than 80 witnesses interviewed, more than 100 hours of videos and reviews. It was a project funded by the Gerda Henkel Foundation with the co-participation of many partners.
Version with French subtitles : https://www.canal-u.tv/video/citeres/rashomon_au_sahara.58563
Shannon Carter (Texas A&M University Commerce) and Deborah Mutnick (LIU Brooklyn) are thrilled to have received funding for a four-week NEH Summer Institute (July 11-August 6, 2021) for University and College Teachers on The New Deal Era's Federal Writers' Project: History, Politics, and Legacy. Due to COVID 19, this institute will be held virtually. Please consider applying and spread the word to colleagues and graduate students. Let us know if you have any questions.