Category Archives: Humanities Education

Postdoctoral Fellowship on Hérnan Colón

A postdoctoral fellowship in early modern studies is being offered by the Arnamagnæan Institute at the University of Copenhagen. Here is the Arnamagnæan Institute’s call for applications: Postdoctoral Position – Hernando Colón’s Book of Books The Arnamagnæan Institute, Department of … Continue reading

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Oral History Jobs

Many cultural organizations and foundations hire historians to conduct historical research, analyze historical sources, present historical findings, and manage archival collections. The HistoryMakers, a non-profit organization based in Chicago, is currently hiring video oral historians. Here is the announcement: The … Continue reading

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A Rehearsal for a Government Shutdown

Daily headlines relate the grim details of the current U.S. federal government shutdown of December 2018 to January 2019, now the longest in the history of the United States.  Detailed news reports analyze the growing economic and social impact of … Continue reading

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Italian Paleography Seminar

2019 Mellon Summer Institute in Italian Paleography July 8-26, 2019 Newberry Library Application Deadline: March 1, 2019 CRS is pleased to announce that applications are now being accepted for the 2019 Mellon Summer Institute in Italian Paleography, which will be … Continue reading

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American Historical Association Annual Meeting in Chicago

The American Historical Association 2019 Annual Meeting wrapped up yesterday. Historians from across the United States (and beyond) met for four days in Chicago to discuss new research, graduate education, undergraduate education, professional concerns, and public history.   I attended … Continue reading

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Frank Valadez AHA Spotlight

Frank Valadez, my friend and fellow UIUC graduate History alum, is featured in an American Historical Association spotlight today! Frank is an amazingly flexible history thinker and practitioner who currently serves as  Director of the Division for Public Education at … Continue reading

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Promoting Diversity in Undergraduate Admissions

Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis has published an article presenting new research on diversity in undergraduate admissions. The article considers the State of Texas’s 10 percent plan, which provides guaranteed admissions into state universities for the top 10 percent of … Continue reading

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