The Miller Center of Public Affairs’ National Fellowship Program funds scholars completing dissertations that employ history to shed light on American politics and public policy, foreign relations and the impact of global affairs on the United States, media and politics, and the role of the presidency in shaping American political development. In addition to the fellowship grant, the Miller Center assists the fellow in choosing a senior scholar from their field to serve
Deadline- 1 December 2015
Applications for conference proposals and travel funding are now being accepted for the 2016 SHAFR Annual Meeting to be held in San Diego from 23-25 June 2016.
Please read the Call for Papers, assemble your proposals, and then apply.
We look forward to seeing you next June in San Diego!
Office of the Historian, Bureau of Public Affairs
Release of Foreign Relations of the United States, 1977–1980,
Volume XX, Eastern Europe
TSA-CUP (Transatlantic Studies Association-Cambridge University Press) Book Prize
The Transatlantic Studies Association (TSA) is pleased to announce a new prize eligible for all books published
within a given year within the broad field of transatlantic studies.
Congratulations to those who have been elected to leadership positions within SHAFR:
- President David C. Engerman
- Vice President Mary L. Dudziak
- Council Member Terry Anderson
- Council Member Amy S. Greenberg
- Graduate Student Representative Amanda C. Demmer
- Nominating Committee Member Andrew Johnstone
Thanks too to all those who stood for election and everyone who voted!