You might consider applying for our panel “Physical and Social Movement(s) in the American South” as part of SECAC 2021 in Lexington, Kentucky at the Hilton Lexington Downtown, November 10-13, 2021. Leggi tutto “04/05/2021 – CFP: Physical and Social Movement(s) in the American South”
EAAS 2020 CONFERENCE TRAVEL GRANTS
EAAS and the EAAS 2020 Warsaw conference organizers have established a fund to support broad participation at the Warsaw conference by offering a number of small conference travel grants. The eligibility for these grants will be restricted to early career scholars and/or scholars from countries with a nominal GDP of less than 30,000 USD per capita (according to the most recent IMF list). Please review the following points before applying:
•applications must be submitted electronically to EAAS Vice-‐President, Professor Zuzanna Ladyga (email@example.com; vice‐firstname.lastname@example.org), by March 15, 2020;
•applicants can apply for a maximum of 200 EUR, to cover travel and/or accommodation and/or meals;
•applications presenting a brief budget covering the planned attendance(travel, meals, accommodation), and indicating other anticipated sources of support to attend the conference, should only be made after receiving confirmation of acceptance onto the conference program;
•applicants should indicate whether they are full-‐time or part-‐time post-‐graduate students, how their degree studies are funded, and whether they are in academic employment;
•successful applicants will be notified by March 20, 2020 and should then promptly confirm their attendance;
•successful applicants should submit a personal receipt outlining the expenses covered by the grant to EAAS Treasurer, Professor Adina Ciugureanu (email@example.com),within two months of the conference travel (by June 30, 2020).
2020 EAAS TRAVEL GRANT APPLICATION FORM
The deadline for receipt of this application is 28March 2020. All documents need to be submitted electronically to Prof. ZuzannaLadyga at firstname.lastname@example.org cc-ed to email@example.com. See the PDF attached.
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.