FUNDING: Lapidus Initiative Fellowship for Digital Collections (9 January 2017)

Electronic Submission The Omohundro Institute of Early American History & Culture seeks proposals from scholars at all levels, in partnership with special collections libraries and historical societies, for Lapidus Initiative Fellowships for Digital Collections. In concert with other OI projects promoting creative use of digital tools and materials, these fellowships are intended to bring scholars…

BGEAH Cambridge Program, Sept. 1-4 2016

Please click on the following link to find details of the BGEAH annual conference program for the meeting hosted by Sarah Pearsall at Cambridge, 1-4 September. Information about the panels, activities, and registration and accommodation can be found in the pdf. BGEAH Program 2016   I have tried hard to keep registration fees low: £50 for…

EVENT: Book History Research Group: ‘North American Connexions’, University of London (11 April, 5.30pm)

We are delighted to announce that Prof. Isabel Rivers (Queen Mary University of London) will be giving the next seminar in the Open University Book History Research Group seminar series, “Travelling Books and Readers in the Long Eighteenth Century.” This talk will take place on Monday 11 April at 5.30 in Senate House, University of London, room 246. Details…

EVENT: BGEAH Postgraduate and Early Career Workshop in Early American History (11 March)

BGEAH Postgraduate and Early Career Workshop in Early American History Institute of Historical Research, London Friday 11 March 2016 This day-long workshop for postgraduate researchers and early career academics working on any facet of American or Atlantic history from the seventeenth century through the early national period invites them to discuss their ideas among their…

JOB: Lecturer in the History of the Atlantic World, c. 1500 to 1800, Royal Holloway, University of London (1 April 2016)

Candidates are invited for the post of Lecturer in the History of the Atlantic World, c.1500 to c.1800. Applicants with research specialisms in any one or more of the geographical regions constituting the Atlantic World – including North America, Latin America, the Caribbean, West Africa and maritime Europe – are welcome. Preference may be given to candidates…

JOB: Lecturer in US History, University of Birmingham (16 March)

The University of Birmingham is looking for a historian to extend its expertise in the history of the United States in any period from the Colonial/Revolutionary era through the 20th Century. Within these broad temporal parameters the thematic and chronological expertise are open, though candidates’ research should ideally fall within one or more of the…

Lecturer in American History Post 1800, University of Sheffield (10 March 2016)

  The Department of History at the University of Sheffield is seeking to appoint a Lecturer in American History Since c. 1800. We are interested in applications from historians of North, Central, South, and/or Caribbean America. This is an exciting time to join the Department. We are actively recruiting to a number of posts to…

Lecturer in American History Before 1860, University of Exeter (15 March 2016)

  The University of Exeter seeks to appoint a full time, permanent post of Lecturer in American History/History of the Americas who will contribute to extending the research profile of History at Exeter, particularly in areas related or complementary to American History/History of the Americas pre-1860, or the Atlantic World, 1600-1850, including slavery, or material…

2 X Lectureships in History, Sheffield Hallam University (9 November 2015)

  Faculty of Development and Society 1 x Permanent 1 x Fixed-term for 2 years Full time The history group is part of the department of humanities and offers vibrant and inspiring courses and is committed to enhancing its internationally-recognised research profile. We have seen considerable expansion in student numbers in recent years and have…