The Great NCPH Canuck Gathering! Are you a Canadian Public Historian heading to Baltimore for the NCPH’s annual meeting in March 2016? Are you worried about people there simply won’t understand your need to say “Sorry!” at the end of every sentence? Or are you worried that you simply won’t be able to handle weather…

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The Literary Encyclopedia is looking for qualified writers to enhance its coverage of the various volumes of French literature. The list below is not comprehensive or final, and new proposals of writers/ works/context essays that are not currently listed in our database are also welcome. However, we will prioritize articles on writers and works frequently studied…

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The History Department of Carleton University is co-hosting a symposium and workshop entitled “Envisioning Technologies: Historical Insights into Educational Technologies for Persons who are Blind or Partially Sighted in Canada Since 1892”. This unique event is dedicated to virtually representing the evolution of technical aids for persons who are blind or partially sighted in Canada….

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CFP: Digital Humanities Annotates (#DHannotates) the Programming Historian By Amanda Visconti | February 02, 2016 | Tech tutorials and documentation are a particularly exciting place for inline annotation, since users can indicate exactly where they got stuck or need additional information. Using the #DHannotates hashtag, we’re encouraging digital humanists to annotate tutorials, documentation, and other…

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From the AHA Seventy-three years ago, on December 4, 1942, a newspaper in Battle Creek, Michigan, then a town of 40,000 people 120 miles west of Detroit, ran a short piece with the headline “Million Jews Slain in Poland, Is Charge.” The United Press report from New York declared: At least 1,000,000 Polish Jews have…

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Corvus Call for Papers December 2015 Call for Papers – Due Date ‘February’ Corvus is looking for undergraduate submissions! Corvus is an undergraduate journal published by the Carleton Classics Society. We are looking for students to submit papers which have content related to the classical world. Having a paper published as an undergraduate looks great…

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The Six Degrees of Francis Bacon (Six Degrees) project, in association with Carnegie Mellon University, the Pittsburgh Consortium for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Digital Humanities Research at Pitt (DHRX), the Digital Media Lab at Pitt, and the Folger Shakespeare Library, invite you to participate in Networking Early Modern Women, a day-long, multi-site event dedicated to…

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Call for Papers – [In]Sites Submission Deadline: January 15, 2016 The Underhill Graduate Student Colloquium is one of the longest running history graduate conferences in Canada. In March 2016, the Department of History, Carleton University, will be hosting the 22nd Annual Colloquium. This year’s theme, “(In)Sites,” aims to highlight the many sites where history is…

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