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in the scholarship, teaching, and presentation of American history.
OAH to Co-Host Panel Discussion, “Recovering America’s Unmapped Histories,” on Friday, Nov. 5
The Organization of American Historians (OAH) will co-host a panel discussion, “Recovering America’s Unmapped Histories,” on Friday, November 5, 2021, from 4:00 to 5:30 p.m. at the Herman B. Wells Library (Hazelbaker Hall, Wells E159) on the IU-Bloomington campus. The event is co-hosted with the College Arts and Humanities Institute, Institute for Digital Arts and Humanities, and the IU-Bloomington Department of History, as part of GIS DAY @ IU 2021: Mapping the Public Sphere—Citizen Science, Participatory History, and Public Engagement with the Academy. The panel is free and open to the public.
OAH Receives NEH Grant to Maintain, Expand Programming
The OAH has received a nearly $200,000 grant from the NEH to maintain and expand its innovate virtual programming while pivoting back to core in-person offerings. “Now more than ever, it’s critical that we have the resources to best engage the public about the importance of understanding history, while supporting members of the profession who research, teach, publish, and present that history,” said Beth English, Executive Director of the OAH.
2022 OAH Diversity Fellowship
The OAH, together with the Department of History at Indiana University, offers the OAH Diversity Fellowship every three years to support doctoral study in the field of U.S. History. The OAH Diversity Fellowship provides a unique opportunity for students from underrepresented groups in academia to study in Indiana University’s Department of History, while gaining practical experience in the classroom as teaching assistants and in the variety of work the OAH does to support the historical profession.
Application Deadline: December 1, 2021