CFP: “1968” in Reviews, University of Birmingham (15 December)

Confirmed invited speakers: Mererid Puw Davies and Emanuela Patti Supported by the British Academy / Leverhulme trust Print culture was central to the expression and exchange of views during, and in the immediate aftermath of the political upheavals of the late 1960s. Less studied in that respect than journals devoted to politics or theory, literary…

Job: Assistant Professor in History and Literature, University of Warwick (3 December)

The Department of History at the University of Warwick seeks to appoint an Assistant Professor in History and Literature. You will contribute to the design and teaching of the new undergraduate joint-honours degree of English and History (VQ32). You will conduct research in History and be prepared to work in collaboration with colleagues within the…

CFP: HOTCUS Winter Symposium 2018 (27 October)

HOTCUS Winter Symposium 2018 Dear colleagues, Please find attached details of the 2018 HOTCUS winter symposium, taking place at the University of Nottingham on Saturday 17thFebruary 2018. We are particularly interested in using the symposium to showcase examples of the latest historical research in twentieth century American political history. This includes (but is not limited…

Funding: PhD in Literary History (Race/Representation/Justice/Cultural Activism), Nottingham Trent University

PhD in Literary History (Race/Representation/Justice/Cultural Activism) Overview Applications are welcomed from prospective students to research under the supervision of Professor Sharon Monteith, a Leverhulme Fellow writing a literary history of the US civil rights movement who has supervised c. 30 PhD students to successful completion. Proposals should focus on literary history in the cultural context…

Registration open: Pursuing the Rooseveltian Century (1 November)

On 30 November – 1 December, the Roosevelt Institute for American Studies (formerly the Roosevelt Study Center) in Middelburg, The Netherlands, will host its annual conference, entitled ‘Pursuing the Rooseveltian Century.’ The conference seeks to explore a new interpretation of the history of United States in the twentieth century, by re-casting it as a ‘Rooseveltian Century’,…

Sessional Assistant Professor, International Relations/Security Studies. York University, Toronto (4 August)

The Department of Politics, Faculty of Liberal Arts & Professional Studies, York University, invites applications from qualified candidates for a one-year contractually limited appointment to commence September 1, 2017 at the level of Sessional Assistant Professor to teach in the area of International Relations / Security Studies. Applicants must have a PhD in Political Science or in a related…

Professor/Associate Professor in History, Northumbria University (11 September)

Professor: Competitive Salary          Associate Professor: £49,772 – £55,998 Northumbria University is a thriving, research-rich university with a global reputation for academic excellence and a clear and ambitious vision. The University was the UK’s largest riser in research power in REF 2014. The Department of Humanities made a significant contribution to that rise, including through its…