The Transportation Research Board (TRB) has issued a call for papers on “The History of Bicycle Transportation and Planning” for its next annual meeting. See the attached CFP for further details.
The Princeton-Mellon Initiative in Architecture, Urbanism, and the Humanities seeks two fellows for the 2017-18 academic year (deadline May 12, 2017); and the John Nolen Research Fund invites applications for research funding to examine the John Nolen Papers at Cornell University (deadline April 30, 2017). See the Job Listings page for further information.
SACRPH officers and Board members condemn the Executive Order signed by President Donald Trump on January 27th banning entry to the U.S. for non-citizens from seven predominantly Muslim countries. We are also alarmed by recent official statements targeting other groups such as LGBTQ, Dreamers, immigrants and women.
As scholars of the built environment, urban history, […]
This is just a reminder that both single paper and full panel proposals are due by February 25th for the 17th National Conference on Planning History, to take place in Cleveland, OH, on October 26-29, 2017. Please see http://sacrph.org/ for the full Call for Papers and online proposal submission!
SACRPH is pleased to announce the Call for Papers for the 17th National Conference on Planning History, to take place in Cleveland, Ohio, on October 26-29, 2017. Proposals are due by February 25, 2017, via the online proposal submission form on the website. Please see the SACRPH webpage for further info.
The American Society for Environmental History’s Diversity Committee announces its new Equity Graduate Student Fellowship.
ASEH created this fellowship to recognize a graduate student from an underrepresented group for his or her achievements in environmental history research, to expand ASEH membership, and to broaden the topics of study in the field. The fellowship provides a […]
Scholars who study cities in relation to larger-scale and global phenomena are invited to become members of the Global Urban History Project, an effort to build sustained connections across professional associations within the growing hybrid field of global urban history.
The Project represents a merger of several networks of scholars in the field. The Project especially welcome scholars who focus on Global South urban questions and on pre-1850 periods.
Read about the Global Urban History Project on the Global Urban History blog.
Become a member (free of charge) through the Project's new website at globalurbanhistory.org.
For the GUHP Organizing Team:
Carl Nightingale, Professor, University at Buffalo, SUNY
Michael Goebel, Tracy Neumann, and Joseph Ben Prestel, Global Urban History blog
Emma Hart and Mariana Dantas, AHRC Research Network on Global Cities: Past and Present
Nancy Kwak, co-organizer and co-editor with Andrew Sandoval-Strausz, of Making Cities Global (forthcoming, Penn Press) ... See MoreSee Less