Harrisburg, PA - The Pennsylvania State Archives and the Pennsylvania Historical Association are now accepting applications for the 2019 Scholars in Residence Program.
Postdoctoral Fellowship, American History
Harvard University, Charles Warren Center
The Charles Warren Center, Harvard’s research center for North American history announces next year of its Global American Studies postdoctoral fellowship. This postdoc, distinct from the Center’s long-standing faculty fellowship, will in fall/winter 2019/20 select its next cohort of two fellows. Appointments are for one year starting July 1, 2019, renewable for a second.
I am a Ph.D. Candidate in history at the University of Kentucky and am looking to put together a panel for the Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations annual meeting in Arlington Virginia. It takes place from June 20, 2019 - June 22, 2019 at the Renaissance Arlington Capital View Hotel. Here is a link to the event: https://www.shafr.org/conferences/annual/2019-annual-meeting
Transatlantic Studies Association
18th Annual Conference
University of Lancaster
8-10 July 2019
A Scholarship Award in Honor of Dr. Joseph L. Harsh
Humanities & The Future Symposium: Humanities and Democracy
The Missouri Humanities Council
Friday, March 22
CFP Submission deadline: Friday, December 7.
CALL FOR PAPERS
- Professor Doris Sommer (Harvard)
- Professor Carl Tighe (Derby)
- Professor Daniel Williams (Swansea)
The Ohio Academy of History seeks papers in all fields of history for its annual regional conference. Papers may deal with any area or time period, including World, Latin American, African, Asian, European, Oceanian, as well as American. Proposals focusing on historiography, methodology, pedagogy, and public history are also welcome. The Ohio Academy of History is planning on publishing an on-line proceedings of select conference papers.
LRDA is a new research initiative at Saint Louis University that works with local religious communities, museums, parks, schools, and other civic organizations to develop deeply-considered, multisensory inventories of lived religion. We invite scholars trained in religion, theology, history, digital humanities, urban studies, American studies, and other related fields to participate in these efforts through competitive research fellowships. Awards will be made available to colleagues of all ranks and faculty status, independent scholars, advanced graduate students, and other professionals.