JOB: Lecturer in American History, Queen’s University Belfast (14 November)

Queen’s University Belfast seek a Lecturer to undertake research in American History in line with the School’s 
research strategy, to teach at undergraduate and postgraduate level, and to contribute to School administration/outreach activity. The post is available immediately. Further information about the School may be obtained at www.qub.ac.uk/schools/happ/ Informal enquires may be directed to Dr K…

JOB: Lecturer in American History, University of Hull (1 November)

The School of Histories, Languages and Cultures at the University of Hull seeks to appoint a Lecturer in American History who will contribute to the strong reputation for teaching and research in the American Studies programme at the University. The post commences January 2017. The appointment will complement our existing provision in American history, literature…

Annual Public History Lecture, Hull University (2 November)

Annual Public History Lecture (History Subject Group/School of Histories, Cultures and Languages, University of Hull), Wednesday 2 November at 6 p.m., Leslie Downs Lecture Theatre, Ferens Building, University of Hull. Light refreshments follow at 7 p.m. Professor Ann McGrath (Director of the Australian Centre for Indigenous History, Australian National University) is interested in deep history, gender and nation and is…

CFP: aspeers: “American Monsters” (23 October)

CfP “American Monsters” aspeers is the first and currently only peer-reviewed print journal for MA-level American studies scholars in Europe. It is a platform for the best work done by American studies graduate students below the PhD level. It aims to foster academic exchange among young Americanists across Europe, and to thereby advance the field as…

CFP: Borders vs. Bridges: (Trans)Nationalism in the Americas since 1968 (2 December)

Call For Papers Borders vs Bridges: (Trans)nationalism in the Americas since 1968 3rd Annual Conference 11-12 May 2017   Keynote Speakers: Prof. Cathy McIlwaine (QMUL) & Dr. Nick Witham (UCL-IA)   For a long time, transnational trends have inspired social, political, economic and cultural transformations across the globe. In the Americas, and particularly since 1968,…

CFP: 2nd Annual BGEAH Postgraduate & Early Career Conference, IHR, 31 March 2017

The above event will take place on Friday March 31st 2017 at the London-based Institute of Historical Research, the UK’s national centre for history. London, with its unique colonial archival resources and lively research student populati­­on, is one of the leading centres of early American scholarship in Europe, and the IHR is a natural location…

CFP: US Elections in Historical Perspective (20 September)

‘US Elections in Historical Perspective’ Symposium 8th November 2016, The Institute of Americas, UCL No one needs reminding that the 2016 election has been a race like no other. Two historically unpopular candidates are claiming democracy is under threat. Ideological coalitions are breaking apart and the spectre of re-alignment hangs over the party system. To…

JOB: Lecturer/Assistant Professor in American History (Fixed Term), University College Dublin (21 September)

Applications are invited for the specified purpose contract of Lecturer/Assistant Professor in American History, UCD School of History The School of History, University College Dublin seeks to appoint to a a temporary position in American History. This is a specified purpose contract linked to the maternity leave of Dr Sandra Scanlon The successful candidate will:…

JOB: Lecturer in American History and Culture, Canterbury Christ Church University (3 October)

Canterbury Christ Church University is looking for an American Studies scholar with teaching and research specialisms in modern and contemporary American history and culture, and especially the Civil Rights Movement. The successful candidate will contribute to teaching and module leadership on a number of our existing undergraduate modules and assist in delivering and supporting a…