Kentucky Historical Society Research Fellowships Fall 2019 Deadline OCTOBER 1

The Kentucky Historical Society (KHS) is seeking applications for the KHS research fellowship program for the fall 2019 cycle. The program provides funding for academic researchers, including doctoral students, whose projects focus on Kentucky or larger regional-related topics. Time periods are open - researchers have used the Kentucky Historical Society's archival holdings to shed light on a vast array of topics, including resistance and slavery, medical history and addiction, and environmentalism and economic development.

Kentucky Historical Society Research Fellowships Fall 2019 Deadline OCTOBER 1

The Kentucky Historical Society (KHS) is seeking applications for the KHS research fellowship program for the fall 2019 cycle. The program provides funding for academic researchers, including doctoral students, whose projects focus on Kentucky or larger regional-related topics. Time periods are open - researchers have used the Kentucky Historical Society's archival holdings to shed light on a vast array of topics, including resistance and slavery, medical history and addiction, and environmentalism and economic development.

CFP: Special Issue of Journal of Jewish Studies: Deadline TODAY --Feb. 7, 2019

We seek contributions for a 2020 special issue of Journal of Jewish Identities focused on Kentucky Jewish Identities. Informed by foundational scholarship on Kentucky’s synagogues (Weissbach),  Holocaust survivors (Donahue), shopkeepers (Moosnick), bourbon industry (Mitenbuler, Davis), and involvement in Appalachian coal mines (Weiner), this special issue seeks contributions that critically engage and analyze the diversity and complexity of Jewish experiences and identities in the Commonwealth of Kentucky.

Call for Proposals: Special Issue of Journal of Jewish Studies: Deadline Approaching--Feb. 7, 2019

We seek contributions for a 2020 special issue of Journal of Jewish Identities focused on Kentucky Jewish Identities. Informed by foundational scholarship on Kentucky’s synagogues (Weissbach),  Holocaust survivors (Donahue), shopkeepers (Moosnick), bourbon industry (Mitenbuler, Davis), and involvement in Appalachian coal mines (Weiner), this special issue seeks contributions that critically engage and analyze the diversity and complexity of Jewish experiences and identities in the Commonwealth of Kentucky.

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