Mentorship Program: Scholars at Risk
The Association for Jewish Studies invites applications for its Paula Hyman Memorial Mentoring Program for the 2022–2023 academic year cohort. The Program was established in 2014 in memory of Professor Paula Hyman (1946–2011), a pioneering scholar of Jewish history and a dedicated mentor to women in Jewish Studies.
It pairs emerging scholars with experienced mentors, while also building a strong network among the cohort through group workshops. Participants benefit from working with their mentors and from developing a peer cohort.
Guest post by Allegra Martschenko, acquisitions editor, University Press of Colorado, and Rachael Levay, editor in chief, University Press of Colorado and acquisitions editor, UPC imprint, Utah State University Press
On behalf of National History Day New Jersey, I am writing to inform you that judges are still needed for this year's VIRTUAL contests. While Rutgers University- Camden, Monmouth University, and William Paterson University are serving as virtual hosts, YOU will do all the judging from the safety and comfort of your own home this February/March. All judges will have several days to complete their judging assignments.
Dear H-SHGAPE Subscribers:
Reminder: The SHGAPE Events Committee has developed another exciting new program for SHGAPE Members and potential new members!
“Reviewer Zero: Meet with a Senior Scholar Program”