Category Archives: Humanities Education

Opportunities for Students and Researchers from Ukraine

The European University Institute (EUI), a higher education institute sponsored by the European Union, is creating a special admission procedure for Ukrainian students and researchers wanting to pursue studies and/or research at the European University Institute. The EUI seeks to … Continue reading

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RSA High School Teaching Grants

The Renaissance Society of America (RSA) is once again offering teaching grants for high school teachers who teach online lessons or units on Renaissance studies. The RSA is currently inviting high school teachers to submit proposals for their Grants in … Continue reading

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History of the Renaissance Book at UCLA

The California Rare Book School is organizing a course on History of the Renaissance Book, which will be held at UCLA on 15-19 August 2022. The course description states: “This course will serve as a comprehensive introduction to the history … Continue reading

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Research Methods in Early Modern Studies

The Folger Shakespeare Library will be offering a research methods seminar in early modern studies in May 2022 for graduate students pursuing Renaissance and early modern studies. Graduate students who are considering applying for this research methods seminar are invited … Continue reading

Posted in Archival Research, Cultural History, Current Research, Digital Humanities, Early Modern Europe, Early Modern France, Early Modern World, European History, French History, Graduate Work in History, History of the Book, Humanities Education, Italian History, Lectures and Seminars, Manuscript Studies, Paleography, Rare Books and Pamphlets, Reformation History, Renaissance Art and History, World History | Leave a comment

Job Opening: Assistant Director of WHA / H21 Project

The World History Association is developing a major curricular project on History for the 21st Century, aimed at improving History survey courses. The WHA is currently hiring an Assistant Director for the History for the 21st Century Project. The ad … Continue reading

Posted in Careers in History, Graduate Work in History, History of the Western World, Humanities Education, Jobs and Positions, The Past Alive: Teaching History, United States History and Society, World History | Leave a comment

Born-Digital Publishing

Brown University’s Digital Publications Initiative is organizing an NEH Institute on Born-Digital Scholarly Publishing: Resources and Roadmaps in summer 2022. Professors, post-doctoral researchers, and independent scholars working in Digital Humanities may be interested in this opportunity. I have previously participated … Continue reading

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Politics and News Media in the United States

All news reports adopt positions that are essentially political in nature (whether consciously or unconsciously), by presenting social issues through their selection of interview subjects, quotes, framing, interpretation, and commentary. Political philosophies and positions (not necessarily aligned with political parties) … Continue reading

Posted in Cultural History, Education Policy, European History, European Studies, French History, French Revolution and Napoleon, High School History Teaching, History in the Media, Humanities Education, Information Management, Political Culture, Political Theory, Social History, The Past Alive: Teaching History, United States History and Society, World History | Leave a comment

RSA Digital Days of Learning

The Renaissance Society of America is once again organizing its Digital Days of Learning workshops. These workshops offer introductions to Digital Humanities tools and techniques for students and scholars working in the field of Renaissance Studies. I have participated in … Continue reading

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Graduate Student Conference in Renaissance Studies

The Center for Renaissance Studies at the Newberry Library will be hosting its annual Multidisciplinary Graduate Student Conference on 27-29 January 2022. The conference is normally held in person, but will be held online viz Zoom due to the current … Continue reading

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Mapping the Early Modern World

The Newberry Library will be hosting a National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Institute on Mapping the Early Modern World in Summer 2022. This NEH Summer Institute is being co-organized by the Hermon Dunlap Smith Center for the History of … Continue reading

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