In addition to our newsletter on the 9th, please find the following news and announcements:
1) Iwan Morgan Prize
Please see the attached flyer – please note that the deadline is this Friday
2) BrANCH Annual Conference – Call for Papers
24th Annual BrANCH Conference
University of Warwick, 6-8 October 2017
Call For Papers
Peter Parish Memorial Lecture: Emily West (University of Reading), “Reflections on the History and Historians of the Black Woman’s Role in the Community of Slaves”
Saturday Night Keynote: Jeff Forret (Lamar University)
The BrANCH committee is pleased to invite proposals for panels and papers on all aspects of U.S. history from the period 1789-1917. We particularly encourage panels that open new lines of communication between established thematic specialties as well as individual papers that cut across traditional categories of historical inquiry in imaginative and innovative ways. Postgraduate contributions are especially welcome. Subsidies for UK-based postgraduate participants will be offered on a first come first served basis.
Please send a brief CV and a summary of the proposed paper or panel (no more than three speakers per panel and 300 words per paper, please) by Friday 24 February to the Conference Secretaries at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note that all programme participants will be expected to register as BrANCH members.
3) Papers of the Revolutionary Era
The Pinckney Statesmen Papers Project is delighted to announce the
publication of Volume 1 of the Papers of the Revolutionary Era Pinckney
Statesmen Digital Edition. The volume is available online now through
Rotunda, the digital imprint of the University of Virginia Press, at
http://rotunda.upress.virginia.edu/founders/PNKY.html. PREVIEW ACCESS IS
FREE TO ALL THROUGH JANUARY 31. Access will be by purchase of an individual
or institutional license at a modest cost thereafter.
The Papers of the Revolutionary Era Pinckney Statesmen Digital Edition is a
multi-year initiative to collect, transcribe, annotate, and publish the
correspondence and other public and private papers of Charles Cotesworth
Pinckney (1746–1825), his brother Thomas Pinckney (1750–1828), and their
cousin Charles Pinckney (1757–1824). These three South Carolina men played
leading roles in military, political, economic, social, and diplomatic
affairs on the state and national stages from the American Revolution
through the War of 1812.
The Pinckney Statesmen Papers is intended for scholars, teachers,
researchers, students, and ordinary curious-minded people. Check it out!
And don’t forget to FRIEND US on Facebook @PinckneyPapers…