Archive for the ‘Call for Papers (CFP)’ category

Finding Conferences – H-Net is Key!

May 8, 2013

At this point in our careers most grad students have something worth sharing with the larger Imageacademy.  You have a seminar paper that “ain’t so bad” and you’re ready to share it with the world.  Okay, well not THE WORLD, yet… but you want to share it with someone other than your advisor (who hates it) and your mother (who loves it).  Where, pray tell, can you find such a place?

Sometimes departments post fliers for conferences in the area, but the best way to find Calls for Papers (CFPs) is on H-Net, the list serv software from Michigan State that will fill your inbox with delightful things nearly every day.  If you haven’t yet checked out H-Net, go there now.

You can subscribe to H-lists (the H stands for Humanities, by the way) on a variety of subjects.  There are announcements for conferences, book projects, and even book reviews.  It’s a great opportunity to network with other professionals writing in a given subject within the historical profession.

Go, subscribe, and get connected!

CFH Conference Proposal Deadline – May 1st

April 12, 2012

If you’re anything like me, you let deadlines sneak up on you.  Don’t miss the deadline for proposals for the CFH meeting this fall at Gordon College.

**DEADLINE MAY 1st**

(Cut and pasted directly from the CFH Website)

Our 28th Biennial Fall Conference in 2012 on “Cultural Change and Adaptation,” will be at Gordon College in Massachusetts. John Wigger (University of Missouri; eMail=wiggerj@missouri.edu) is general program chair and Jennifer Hevelone-Harper (Gordon College; eMail=J.Hevelone-Harper@gordon.edu) is the local arrangements chair. The student conference will be October 3-4 and the Biennial Conference will be October 4-6.

A CALL FOR PAPERS has been issued. This year’s theme, “Cultural Change and Adaptation,” a deliberately broad designation intended to encompass how people and organizations interact with their culture in all geographical areas and historical periods. Session proposals are particularly encouraged, but the program committee will also consider individual paper proposals that can be organized into sessions wherever possible.

The deadline for submitting proposals is May 1, 2012. A pdf file outlining policies for conference paper and panel proposals is posted on the CFH webpage: here. Proposals for the October 4-6 Biennial Conference should be submitted to John Wigger (University of Missouri) at wiggerj@missouri.edu. Proposals for the October 3-4 undergraduate student research conference should be submitted to Jared Burkholder (Grace College) at burkhojs@grace.edu.

CFP: SSHA

January 16, 2012

*I get a ton of these CFP through H-Grad, but this one seemed particularly applicable.  Perhaps we could get a CFH panel together for this integrating history and theology?  Thoughts?*

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We invite you to take part in the Urban Network panels of the 37th annual
meeting of the Social Science History Association, November 1-4, 2012, in
Vancouver. The members of the Social Science History Association share a
common interest in interdisciplinary and systematic approaches to
historical research (including, but by no means limited to, sociology,
urban planning, geography, demography, economics, and political
science).The SSHA is a particularly good forum for graduate students’
work: we welcome a diversity of scholars at various stages of their careers and
encourage graduate student participation in network events.

The thematic topic of the 2012 annual meeting is “Histories of Capitalism.”
However, we welcome papers and panels on all urban topics. Proposed panel
topics include:

– The Occupy Movement as an urban phenomenon

– Financial Crises and Cities

– Capital and the Rise and Fall of Cities

– Urban Economies

– Vancouver’s History and Development

– Cities of the Pacific Rim

– Olympic Games and Host Cities

– Migration and Immigration

– Cities and the Environment

– Urban Governance

– Crime and Justice in the City

– The Ancient City

To propose a paper or panel please submit: Paper Title, Brief Abstract, and
Contact Information at http://conference.ssha.org/.While we welcome paper
submissions, panel proposals are encouraged. Panels should include an
organizer, discussant, and at least four papers. The deadline for paper
and/or panel submissions is *MARCH 1, 2012.*

For more information on the meeting as well as the call for proposals,
please refer to the SSHA website: http://www.ssha.org or contact either of
the Urban co-chairs (Carl Zimring–czimring@gmail.com or Megan
Stubbendeck– mrs8v@virginia.edu).

We look forward to seeing you in the Fall!

Sincerely,

Megan Stubbendeck and Carl Zimring

Urban Network Co-chairs

CFP Reminder: Western Regional

July 27, 2011

Title: Call for Papers Reminder: Western Regional Conference on
Faith and History
Location: California
Date: 2011-08-15
Description: This is a reminder that The Western Regional
Conference on Faith and History will hold its biennial meeting
on October 22, 2011 at Pepperdine University in Malibu, CA. The
theme of this conference will be The Historian and the Text,
and interested scholars are encouraged to submit relevant paper
pro …
Contact: blamkin@apu.edu
URL: home.apu.edu/~blamkin/cfh.html
Announcement ID: 186713
http://www.h-net.org/announce/show.cgi?ID=186713

CFP: Graduate History Review

April 8, 2011

The Graduate History Review offers an exciting new publishing opportunity
for graduate students working in all fields and periods of history. The GHR
is a peer-reviewed, open access journal published by graduate students at
the University of Victoria. We welcome original and innovative submissions
from emerging scholars across Canada and the United States.

Authors have the option of submitting either a full-length article or a
Research Note. Information about these submission formats, as well as author
guidelines, can be found on the journal website: uvic.ca/ghr.

We accept submissions on an ongoing basis, but submissions received before
30 April 2011 will be considered for publication in the Fall 2011 issue of
the GHR.

We look forward to your submission!

Lisa Pasolli and Sarah Lebel Van Vugt, Editors
Department of History
University of Victoria
P.O. Box 3045 STN CSC
Victoria, B.C. V8W 3P4

Email: gradhistoryreview@gmail.com
Visit the website at http://uvic.ca/ghr

Call for Submissions: The Middle Ground

February 18, 2011

[Cut from H-Grad, may be an opportunity for some CFH grad members.]

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS
The Middle Ground: An Online Journal for World Historians

ISSN: 2155-1103

The Middle Ground is a peer-reviewed academic journal for everyone
with an interest in world history. All students of world history, no
matter where we teach, research and study, are warmly invited to
contribute. The middle ground is the common space shared between
teachers and students, between research and teaching, among all levels
and types of places of learning, among different areas of
specialization and methodological approaches. We embrace and seek to
nurture the common ground shared by all who are committed to the
studying and teaching of world history. In particular, we seek to
serve as the shared, common space between world history in the K-12
institutions and world history in the colleges and universities.

We invite submissions of articles and essays as well as nonfiction,
fiction, film, and television reviews. We also publish reviews of
textbooks and reflective presentations of teaching materials. Please
contact the chief editor if you plan to submit a review of books or
other artifacts already in your possession. We call upon all
contributors, whether of an essay, article, or review, to consciously
address a broader audience beyond that of a traditional academic
journal, and to shape the work so that it may be used in a classroom
on as many levels as possible. We would like to particularly encourage
contributions on teaching from teachers, independent scholars and
students. Submissions for The Middle Ground will be accepted on a
continual basis. Please see the journal’s website for the submission
guidelines.

All enquiries should be directed to the chief editor, Professor
Hong-Ming Liang, at MiddleGroundJournal@Gmail.Com. Or, Prof. Liang,
The College of St. Scholastica, Department of History , Duluth, MN
55811, USA

The Middle Ground is published by Midwest World History Association
(MWWHA) led by Professor Paul Jentz. The MWWHA is an affiliate of the
World History Association. The Middle Ground gratefully acknowledges
the generous sponsorship and logistical support from the College of
St. Scholastica, Duluth, Minnesota, USA.

For information on the journal, please visit
http://www.themiddlegroundjournal.org

For information on the MWWHA, please visit https://mwwha.org

Hong-Ming Liang, Department of History and Politics, The College of
St. Scholastica, Duluth, MN, USA. MiddleGroundJournal@Gmail.Com