I am writing to invite interested scholars including relevant graduate students, to consider submitting their research manuscripts to the Journal of South Texas, a scholarly, double-blind reviewed academic journal devoted to the history and heritage of greater Texas. The submission deadline for Fall 2019 issue is July 1, 2019.
The displacement of peoples fleeing violence and extreme poverty in their home countries is one of the most pressing problems worldwide. Some telling examples are taking place in Latin America. According to the UN and Doctors Without Borders, an estimated 500,000 people flee Central America for Mexico and the US every year, and around 3 million people have left Venezuela since 2014.
The Department of History at California State University Northridge seeks submissions for the 2019 Whitsett Graduate Seminar in California History, to be held on Wednesday, April 10. As it has for 14 years, the Whitsett Graduate Seminar showcases the strongest graduate work in a one-day seminar moderated by top scholars in fields related to California History. We seek submissions from graduate students at any stage of completion of the doctorate (including MA students) and those with PhDs still seeking full-time employment.
I am a final-year PhD candidate at the University of Houston and I am seeking participants for a panel on postwar Texas/Borderlands/American South political activism for the 2020 AHA conference in New York. There are currently two people on the panel. My paper looks at Rabbi Moshe Cahana, an Israeli activist in Houston who used his experiences fighting British colonialism as inspiration for being an activis for African American and Chicano civil rights across Texas. The second paper on the panel examines AIDS activism in Houston and Dallas' gay communities and
We invite proposals for papers, panels, roundtables, workshops, art projects, performances, installations, booths, dialogues, and other activities related to the Zapatista movement and organizations and movements across the globe that have been inspired by it.
We welcome proposals from students, artists, organizers, activists, independent scholars, and faculty.
On April 19-20, 2019, Professors Kathleen Belew and Ramón Gutiérrez, of the University of Chicago’s History Department, will convene a two-day conference on “Nativism, White Power, and Anti-Immigrant Violence in the United States.” The conference will be broadly inclusive of current humanities and social sciences research on the conference themes.
The Western History Association Graduate Student Caucus will be offering a session entitled, “Prepping for the Interview: Condensed Job Talk Presentations” at the 2019 WHA Meeting in Las Vegas, Nevada. This session focuses on giving candidates an opportunity to succinctly describe their research and why it matters. We are seeking 5-6 doctoral candidates to participate.
The 35th Annual Boston University Graduate Symposium in the History of Art and Architecture
Submissions Due: November 30, 2018
DEADLINE EXTENDED: December 7, 2018
Symposium Date: March 2, 2019
Frontier: Exploring Boundaries in the History of Art and Architecture
The West Texas Journal of History is now taking submissions for its 2019 edition, Volume 1, Number 8.