01/02/2020 – CFP: 2020 Vision: Writing Tomorrow’s History Today”

The History Graduate Student Organization at Kansas State University is proud to announce that it will be hosting the Flint Hills History Conference in Manhattan, Kansas on Saturday April 18, 2020.  This conference serves as an opportunity for graduate students from the Flint Hills region and beyond to gain valuable experience presenting their original research in a friendly, low-pressure environment while still meeting rigorous academic standards. The theme of this year’s conference will be “2020 Vision: Writing Tomorrow’s History Today.”  Applicants are asked to submit proposals for presentations regarding scholarly work that makes the best use of modern research and presentation techniques, or research on a historical topic that may shed light on current events.  Graduate students in non-history fields may also apply if their work is relevant to the conference theme.

16/12/2019 – CFP: Conference “Authority and Trust: Comparative and Interdisciplinary Perspectives”

Conference “Authority and Trust: Comparative and Interdisciplinary Perspectives”

June 25–27, 2020, Heidelberg Center for American Studies

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15/11/19 – CFP Canadian Association of American Studies at Congress 2020

15/11/2019 – Fellowship: The Huntington Long-Term Fellowships

The Huntington offers thirteen Long-Term Fellowships for nine to twelve months in residence, each with a stipend of $50,000. Leggi tutto “15/11/2019 – Fellowship: The Huntington Long-Term Fellowships”

various deadlines – short & long fellowships at the American Antiquarian Society

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30/11/19 – 6 doctoral scholarships in North American Studies (all fields)

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15/11/2019 – CFP: The Annual Spring Academy at the HCA

The HCA Spring Academy, hosted annually at the Heidelberg Center for American Studies each March, is a one-week interdisciplinary conference for Ph.D. students. This annual event, now taking place for the 16th time, serves as a meeting point where local and international students can reflect upon, exchange, and discuss ideas within the field of American Studies.

07/10/19 – Phd or postdoc “Nottingham’s universities and historical transatlantic slavery”

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30/10/19. Call for papers (FR) “Religion et colonisation. Les groupes religieux minorisés et le peuplement des Amériques, XVe-XIXe”

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