Margaret Atwood is a world-renowned writer who has always identified herself specifically as a Canadian writer, even at a time when it was argued (even within Canada) that Canadian literature didn't exist. Her identity as a Canadian is very important to her but, over the course of her career, her work reveals a progression to a more global viewpoint. Atwood's earlier work invites an examination primarily of internal borders (between Canadian provinces, between urban and natural spaces and in the psychic spaces of her characters) where her later work more obviously offers opportunities to
We are putting together a panel for the Railroads in Native America Symposium on September 12-15, 2019 in Omaha, Nebraska. The symposium will address "the significant impact of railroads in Indian Country." The panel theme will encompass the tourism industry and the National Park Service. Papers will also deal with public history, representations of indigeneity, and memory.
Please contact with any interest by April 10. You may send a brief paper abstract and CV to email@example.com.
CFP Symposium: Migrant States of Exception
The Western History Association offers nine article and essay awards, all of which are due by April 15, 2019.
Arrell M. Gibson Award
Please find enclosed the CFP for the biennal conference of the Italian Association for North American Studies.
The WHA has eight scholarships, fellowships, and honors avaliable, all of which are due in summer 2019.
Charles Redd Center Teaching Western History Award
The Western History Association offers 12 book and public history awards, all of which are due by April 15, 2019. For more information please visit our website.
The Autry Public History Prize
The William Nelson Cromwell Foundation Book Prize is awarded annually to the best book in the field of American legal history by an early career scholar. The prize is designed to recognize and promote new work in the field by graduate students, law students, post-doctoral fellows and faculty not yet tenured. The work may be in any area of American legal history, including constitutional and comparative studies, but scholarship in the colonial and early national periods will receive some preference.