CFP: Promoting Zambian, and Southern African Research Output: Publishing, Mentoring and Grant Writing Workshop

The Copperbelt University, in collaboration with the University of Dundee and the University of the Free State, with funding from the British Academy, will be holding a two-day Journal and Grant Writing Workshop between 2nd and 3rd September 2020 at the Garden Court Hotel in Kitwe, Zambia

Important Update - NJ Historical Commission's FY 2021 Project Grant Round

Friends of New Jersey History:

 

This e-mail is to inform you that the FY 2021 Project Grant Declaration of Intent (DOI) is now live in the System to Administer Grants Electronically (SAGE). This is the brief, one-page online form you will submit for the NJ Historical Commission to determine eligibility, and are due by 3 p.m. on March 11, 2020.

Workshop, 'The Home in Modern History and Culture', 27 Jan, University of Nottingham

Registration is open until January 23 for this workshop on the Home in Modern History and Culture at the University of Nottingham, taking place as part of the AHRC project, 'Florence Nightingale Comes Home for 2020'. 

For more info, see the event website: https://www.nottingham.ac.uk/conference/fac-arts/humanities/history/the-home-in-history/index.aspx

Workshop: Digital Humanities for East Asian Studies @ Penn (June 1-4, 2020)

University of Pennsylvania’s Dream Lab workshop event will feature a new course this year, June 1-4, 2020, in Philadelphia PA: “Digital Humanities for East Asian Studies.” All interested participants are welcome (students, faculty, staff, etc.), and there are no particular prerequisites, nor is there an application process. Summer is a busy time for digital humanities workshops, but if you are in the region already, please consider this as a local option. All Dream Lab courses run in parallel for four full days, so "DH for East Asian Studies" is one of a number of choices on the program.

Workshop: Digital Humanities for East Asian Studies @ Penn (June 1-4, 2020)

University of Pennsylvania’s Dream Lab workshop event will feature a new course this year, June 1-4, 2020, in Philadelphia PA: “Digital Humanities for East Asian Studies.” All interested participants are welcome (students, faculty, staff, etc.), and there are no particular prerequisites, nor is there an application process. Summer is a busy time for digital humanities workshops, but if you are in the region already, please consider this as a local option. All Dream Lab courses run in parallel for four full days, so "DH for East Asian Studies" is one of a number of choices on the program.

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