CFP: Call for Papers, Nineteenth Century Studies Association (NCSA) 2023 Conference, “Remaking the Past,” Sacramento CA

Sacramento, host city for NCSA’s 2023 conference, lends itself to exploring issues of revivals and re-creations of the past. Sacramento’s nineteenth-century history encompassed California’s Gold Rush, the genocide and displacement of Indigenous populations, the construction of the Transcontinental Railroad, and the building of a capital city that became a stage for the reinventions–productive and problematic–of the past so central to the nineteenth century.

Author Interview--Robert F. Moss (The Lost Southern Chefs) Part 2

Hello H-CivWar Readers:

Today we continue our conversation with Robert F. Moss to talk about his new book, The Lost Southern Chefs: A History of Commercial Dining in the Nineteenth-Century South, published by the University of Georgia Press in February 2022.

Part 1

CFA: Grants in Southern Jewish History

Dear colleagues,

In my capacity as chair of the Southern Jewish Historical Society Grants Committee, I am writing to let you know that we are now accepting applications for grants related to research, travel, project completion, and archival preservation in the field of Southern Jewish history.  The submission deadline is June 17, 2022.

One Week Left to Apply: Fully Funded Fellowships for the 2022 MESDA Summer Institute in Southern Decorative Arts and Material Culture Studies

The Museum of Early Southern Decorative Arts at Old Salem Museums & Gardens is accepting applications to attend the 2022 MESDA Summer Institute in Early Southern Decorative arts and Material Culture.  The MESDA Summer Institute is a multi-disciplinary decorative arts and material culture field school for graduate students, museum professionals, and scholars.

One Week Left to Apply: Fully Funded Fellowships for the 2022 MESDA Summer Institute in Southern Decorative Arts and Material Culture Studies

The Museum of Early Southern Decorative Arts at Old Salem Museums & Gardens is accepting applications to attend the 2022 MESDA Summer Institute in Early Southern Decorative arts and Material Culture.  The MESDA Summer Institute is a multi-disciplinary decorative arts and material culture field school for graduate students, museum professionals, and scholars.

One Week Left to Apply: Fully Funded Fellowships for the 2022 MESDA Summer Institute in Southern Decorative Arts and Material Culture Studies

The Museum of Early Southern Decorative Arts at Old Salem Museums & Gardens is accepting applications to attend the 2022 MESDA Summer Institute in Early Southern Decorative arts and Material Culture.  The MESDA Summer Institute is a multi-disciplinary decorative arts and material culture field school for graduate students, museum professionals, and scholars.

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