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Fort Ticonderoga Call for Papers

DEADLINE: Jul 1, 2024

Call for Papers Material Matters: It’s in the Details January 25, 2025 The vast majority of participants in the military events of the long 18th century left no written traces of themselves. Fortunately for scholars, and the public, evidence of their presence survives in material form. From the arms they carried, to the archaeological evidence […]

Call for Proposals: NCPH 2025 ANNUAL MEETING

DEADLINE: Jul 15, 2024

SOLIDARITY | SOLIDARITÉ National Council On Public History Annual MeetingMontréal, Québec, Canada | March 26-29, 2025Proposal Deadline: July 15, 2024 Solidarity (from the French solidarité) is a word for shared responsibilities and mutual obligations. It conveys a sense of interconnectedness with our world and interdependence upon each other. Long present in France’s code civile, to be in solidarity is to […]

War College of the Seven Years’ War at Fort Ticonderoga: Call for Papers

DEADLINE: Jul 31, 2024

May 16-18, 2025 2025 marks the 250th anniversary of the year when war broke out once again across North America, eventually evolving into the American War of Independence. Twenty Years earlier another conflict had begun, also beginning in America that led directly to the war for American independence. The global Seven Years’ War reshaped political […]

Arline Custer Memorial Award

DEADLINE: Jul 31, 2024

The Arline Custer Memorial Award  is presented by the MARAC Arline Custer Memorial Award Committee. This award honors the memory of Arline Custer (1909-1975), MARAC member and editor of the National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections.Award Deadline: July 31, 2024 Eligibility The Arline Custer Memorial Award recognizes the best books and articles written or compiled by individuals […]

Call for proposals: Cushwa Center for the Study of American Catholicism

DEADLINE: Aug 15, 2024

Call for Proposals: Conference on the History of Women Religious—Lives and Archives The Conference on the History of Women Religious (CHWR) was founded in 1988 to assist historians in discovering the historical record of vowed Catholic women and to integrate their stories into larger narratives. Today scholars continue to research and write about these women’s […]

The Public Historian Special Issue: Labor and Public HistoryCall for Papers

DEADLINE: Sep 1, 2024

As laborers at historic sites and museums, public historians are economic actors whose work is essential to presenting, interpreting, and preserving the past. Like many other workers, public historians struggle to achieve job security in a field that is often defined by gig work, seasonality, and contingency. At colleges and universities, how public history is […]