Author: MARCH Contributor

Call for Panels/Papers: “Race Hate: The New Normal?”

Scholars interested in the issues surrounding race and hate rhetoric in the age of Trump are invited to submit proposals for the conference, to be held in Albany May 31 to June 1.

New Writer in Residence for Athenaeum of Philadelphia

Dr. Michael Lewis, professor of Art History and Architecture at Williams College, has been chosen for a two-year term as Writer in Residence.

Fellowships Available: Library Company of Philadelphia

Fellowships are offered for short-term, dissertation, and post-doctorate research that pertains to the Library Company’s collections and those of their local affiliates.

Call for Papers: Third International Conference of Thomas Paine Studies at Iona College

Papers should address the effect of 21st century digital humanities on 18th century sources with particular focus on Thomas Paine and his social circle.

Call for Papers: Master Seminar on Post-Genocide

The seminar will take place at Kean University, Union, N.J. on April 19-20, 2018 and the theme will be “Justice After Atrocity?”

NEH Announces Humanities Infrastructure Grant Program

The Infrastructure and Capacity-Building Challenge Grant program will award matching grants to museums, libraries, archives, historical sites, and other institutions in the humanities.

Call for Papers: Pennsylvania Historical Association Conference 2018

Papers may address any aspect of Pennsylvania or Mid-Atlantic history. Proposals for student research posters are also welcomed.