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  • Title: North American Conference on British Studies (NACBS) :: Home
    Descriptive info: .. Skip to content.. Search box.. Home.. Journal.. Blog.. Prizes.. John Ben Snow Prize.. Stansky Prize.. Walter D.. Love Prize.. NACBS-Dissertation-Year Fellowship.. NACBS-Huntington Library Fellowship.. NACBS Stern Grant.. NACBS Undergraduate Essay Contest.. Grant Databases and Fellowship Opportunities.. Conference.. Membership.. Officers.. Archive.. NACBS Archives: Finding Guide.. 50th Anniversary: The Past, Present and Future of NACBS.. NACBS Forum on The Making of the Working British Historian.. NACBS Report on the State and Future of British Studies.. Seventh Series, Volume XII, Number 1, Spring 2002.. Affiliates.. Funding and Research.. Contacts.. NORTH AMERICAN CONFERENCE ON BRITISH STUDIES Homepage.. Journal of British Studies Moves to Cambridge University Press.. About the NACBS.. The North American Conference on British Studies (NACBS) is a scholarly society dedicated to all aspects of the study of British civilization.. The NACBS sponsors a scholarly journal, the Journal of British Studies, online publications, an annual conference, as well as several academic prizes, graduate fellowships, and undergraduate essay contests.. While the largest single group of its members teach British history in colleges and universities in the United States and Canada, the NACBS  ...   scholars of British culture from the Middle Ages through the present.. Drawing on both established and emerging approaches, JBS presents scholarly articles and books reviews from renowned international authors who share their ideas on British society, politics, law, economics, and the arts.. In 2005 (Vol.. 44), the journal merged with the NACBS publication Albion, creating one journal for NACBS membership.. Latest News.. CFP: Northeast Conference on British Studies, 17-18 October 2014.. December 13, 2013.. CFP: Northeast Conference on British Studies, 17-18 October 2014 Bates College, Lewiston, ME The Northeast Conference on British Studies (NECBS) will hold its annual meeting in 2014 at Bates College in Lewiston, Maine, on Friday and Saturday, October 17 and 18.. The 2014 conference will be hosted by a group of Maine colleges and universities, with Caroline Shaw (Bates College) and Susan Tananbaum (Bowdoin College) acting as local arrangements coordinators.. Obituary: Professor Lacey Baldwin Smith.. October 29, 2013.. NACBS 2014 in Minneapolis, MN, 7-9 November 2014.. The NACBS 2014 will be held in Minneapolis, MN on 7-9 November 2014.. Copyright Policy.. Administrator Login.. © NACBS 2012..

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  • Title: North American Conference on British Studies (NACBS) :: Journal
    Descriptive info: The.. was founded by the NACBS in 1961 and published quarterly by the University of Chicago Press.. Albion.. was founded in 1969 and published quarterly at Appalachian State University.. From 2005, the new publication will be known as.. , incorporating.. All issues of.. are available electronically.. Searchable access to back issues of the.. , vols.. 1-41 (1961-April 2002), is available at JSTOR through site licenses at participating institutions.. Current issues of the electronic edition of the.. are published on-line by the University of Chicago Press (from July 2002 to present) and are available to institutional and individual subscribers.. The Journal of British Studies.. is the official publication of the North American Conference on British Studies (NACBS).. All subscribers to.. JBS.. automatically receive membership to the NACBS.. has positioned itself as the critical resource for scholars of British culture from the Middle Ages through the present.. Drawing on both established and emerging approaches,.. JBS.. presents scholarly articles and books reviews from renowned international authors who share  ...   following addresses.. Please note the upcoming transition in editorial offices and the appropriate points of contact beginning in August 2009 and September 2009.. MAJOR ARTICLES.. Brian Cowan and Elizabeth Elbourne.. McGill University, Dept.. of History.. 855 Sherbrooke West.. Montreal H3A 2T7.. Quebec, Canada.. E-mail:.. jbs.. history@mcgill.. ca.. BOOK REVIEWS.. Please note that JBS does not accept unsolicited book reviews.. Please send pre-1800 books, book reviews, and queries to:.. Prof.. Amy Froide.. History Department.. UMBC.. 1000 Hilltop Circle.. Baltimore, MD 21250.. Email:.. JBSReviews@umbc.. edu.. Please send post-1800 books, book reviews, and queries to:.. Gail Savage.. St.. Mary's College of Maryland.. 18952 E.. Fisher Road.. Mary's City, MD 20686-3001.. INFORMATION.. Institutional subscriptions.. Instructions for authors.. Latest table of contents.. Advertising information.. ALBION.. was ascholarly journal concerned with British Studies, published quarterly by Appalachian State University on behalf of the North American Conference on British Studies.. closed after publication of volume 36,4 (Winter 2004).. The last issue appeared in May 2005.. archived website.. of.. is at Appalachian State University..

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  • Title: North American Conference on British Studies (NACBS) :: Blog
    Descriptive info: The NACBS Blog.. December.. 13.. 2013.. Posted by jaskelly under.. Conferences.. ,.. Regionals.. | Tags:.. cfp.. necbs.. necbs 2014.. |.. Bates College, Lewiston, ME.. The Northeast Conference on British Studies (NECBS) will hold its annual meeting.. in 2014 at Bates College in Lewiston, Maine, on Friday and Saturday, October 17.. and 18.. The 2014 conference will be hosted by a group of Maine colleges and.. universities, with Caroline Shaw (Bates College) and Susan Tananbaum (Bowdoin.. College) acting as local arrangements coordinators.. Transportation from the airport and from the train and bus station in.. Portland will be available.. We solicit the participation of scholars in all areas of British Studies, broadly.. defined.. In particular, we welcome proposals for interdisciplinary panels that.. draw on the work of historians, literary critics, and scholars in other.. disciplines whose focus is on Britain and its empire, from the Middle Ages to.. the present.. Proposals for entire panels on a common theme will be given.. priority, although individual paper proposals will also be considered if several.. of them can be assembled to create a viable panel.. Proposals for roundtable.. discussions of a topical work, on current issues in the field, or pedagogical.. practices with respect to the teaching of particular aspects of British Studies are.. also encouraged.. The typical ninety-minute panel will include three papers.. (each lasting for fifteen to twenty minutes), a chair, and a commentator.. Roundtables may have a looser format.. Proposals should include a general description of the panel or roundtable (including.. an overall title), a 200-300 word abstract for each paper to be read and a.. one-page curriculum vitae for each participant.. Please include the address,.. phone number, and e-mail address of all participants (including the chair and.. commentator) in the proposal.. For panel or roundtable proposals, please note.. the name of the main contact person.. Electronic submissions (as e-mail.. attachments in Word) are preferred, with all the various materials presented in.. a single document.. All submissions must be received by March 15, 2014.. Please send your proposals to:.. Paul Deslandes, NECBS Program Chair.. Paul.. Deslandes@uvm.. Read full post.. October.. 29.. Obituaries.. Lacey Baldwin Smith.. PROFESSOR LACEY BALDWIN SMITH - GREENSBORO - Professor Lacey Baldwin Smith died peacefully in his home on Sept.. 8, 2013, at almost 91 years old.. Professor Emeritus at.. Northwestern University.. , Evanston, Ill.. , a Guggenheim fellow, twice a Fulbright recipient, and twice recipient of the National Endowment for the Humanities award, he was considered one of the "big name" historians.. Yet, his writing was as entertaining as it was erudite.. From scholarly tomes to "English History Made Brief, Irreverent, and Pleasurable," Lacey was a consummate author, and after 60 years of writing, the majority of his books remain in print.. The biography, "Henry VIII: The Mask of Royalty," is one of the most referenced books concerning that famous and willful king.. While a historian of the distant past, in his own life, Lacey was not a man to look backwards or rest on the laurels of his youth, and so, at the age of 89, the professor penned "Anne Boleyn: The Queen of Controversy" (published 2013).. Then, 70 years after having attempted a novel during W.. W.. II in a military tent in India, he again turned his hand to what he considered the hardest form.. He completed his first work of historical fiction and sent it to the publishers days before his health began failing.. Although Lacey's writings often focused on the cut-throat and treacherous world of Tudor and Stuart monarchs, Lacey himself was a gentle and gracious man.. While he loved to talk history, he was equally happy to read mystery stories, play poker, or watch his three-year-old grandson run circles around him.. Having retired to Greensboro, the small village where he spent every summer of his life, he was a champion of the Greensboro Library, the Greensboro Historical Society, and the Greensboro Land Trust.. In the wider community, he served on the board of the American Historical Association, the American Historical Review, the Conference on British Studies, and as editor of the Journal of Modern History.. As devoted a teacher as he was a writer, he rarely forgot a student's name.. One of his last actions before his death was to write to a former undergraduate, whom he hadn't seen in decades, but who had contacted him regarding his most recent book.. The devotion he showed his students was only rivaled by that he showed his wife and children.. He was preceded in death by his wife of 43 years, Jean Reeder Smith; and is survived by his son, MacAllister Smith; daughters, Dennison Smith, and Katherine Chandler Smith-Brannon; grandsons, Chandler Smith and Steven Brannon; and granddaughter, Oceana Masterman-Smith.. A funeral and memorial will be held in Greensboro next July when Lacey's many friends and relatives return to the lake for the summer.. The family requests that, in lieu of cards or flowers, donations be made in Lacey's name to the Greensboro Land Trust:.. www.. greensborolandtrust.. org.. Published in The Burlington Free Press on September 15, 2013.. NACBS 2014.. September.. 26.. CFP: MAWCBS 2014.. Conference, Cfp, macbs.. MID-ATLANTIC CONFERENCE ON BRITISH STUDIES ANNUAL MEETING.. LEHMAN COLLEGE, CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK.. Saturday and Sunday, APRIL 5-6, 2014.. The MACBS, the mid-Atlantic affiliate of the NACBS, the main organization for British Studies in Canada and the United States, seeks participation by scholars in all areas of British Studies.. We solicit proposals for papers and panels on Britain, the British Atlantic World, and the British Empire broadly defined.. Our interests range from the ancient to the contemporary and we welcome participation by scholars of history, anthropology, literature, art, politics, economics and related fields.. Senior faculty, junior faculty, and graduate students are all encouraged to participate.. Proposals  ...   topics, as well as panels on new pedagogies and technologies associated with British Studies.. for submission of proposals/panels is NOVEMBER 18, 2013.. Proposals should include a 200-words abstract for each paper plus a 1-page c.. v.. for each participant.. Those submitting full or partial panel proposals should include a brief description of the panel plus a 1-page c.. for the panel chair as well as for its commentator.. Please.. place the panel proposal, its constituent paper proposals, and all vitae.. in one file.. , making certain that your contact information, especially e-mail addresses, are correct and current.. Proposals should be submitted via e-mail attachment by Nov.. 18, 2013, to:.. Lori Anne Ferrell, PCCBS Program Committee Chair, Claremont Graduate University,.. lori.. ferrell@cgu.. April.. 3.. CFP: Midwest Conference on British Studies (deadline extended to April 15).. midwest conference on british studies.. mwcbs.. The Midwest Conference on British Studies is proud to announce that its 60.. th.. Annual Meeting will be hosted by DePaul University in Chicago, October 11-13, 2013.. The keynote speaker will be Professor Robert Bucholz of Loyola University of Chicago, and the plenary address will be given by Professor Jonathan Rose of Drew University.. The MWCBS is also pleased to celebrate the career of Professor Walter L.. Arnstein at this year's meeting.. The MWCBS seeks papers from scholars in all fields of British Studies, broadly defined to include those who study England, Scotland, Wales, Ireland, and Britain's Empire and the Commonwealth.. We welcome scholars from a broad spectrum of disciplines, including but not limited to history, literature, political science, gender studies and art history.. Proposals for complete sessions are preferred, although proposals for individual papers will be considered.. We welcome roundtables (of four participants plus chair) and panels (of three participants plus chair/commentator) that:.. * offer cross-disciplinary perspectives on topics in British Studies.. * situate the arts, letters, and sciences in a British cultural context.. * examine representations of British and imperial/Commonwealth national identities.. * consider Anglo-American relations, past and present.. * examine new trends in British Studies.. * assess a major work or body of work by a scholar.. * explore new developments in digital humanities and/or research methodologies.. After positive responses to recent roundtables on teaching and employment, we would particularly like to receive proposals for teaching roundtables that discuss collaborative or innovative learning techniques in the British Studies classroom and for professional development roundtables dealing with research, publication, or employment.. We are also pleased to announce a session on holdings available to scholars conducting research in the Chicago area.. The MWCBS welcomes papers presented by advanced graduate students and will award the Walter L.. Arnstein Prize for the best graduate student paper(s) given at the conference.. A limited number of graduate travel scholarships will be available, and all graduate students are encouraged to apply.. Please see the MWCBS website for further details:.. http://mwcbs.. edublogs.. org/.. Proposals must:.. - Include a 200-word abstract for each paper and a brief, 1-page c.. for each participant, including chairs and commentators.. - For full panels, include a brief 200-word preview of the panel as a whole.. Please place the panel proposal, the accompanying paper proposals and vitas in one file and send it as a single attachment.. Also identify within the email the contact person for the panel.. All proposals should be submitted electronically by April 15, 2013, to the Program Committee Chair, Jennifer McNabb at.. JL-Mcnabb@wiu.. Program Committee: Martin Greig, Ryerson University; Phil Harling, University of Kentucky; Robin Hermann, University of Louisiana at Lafayette; Isaac Land, Indiana State University; Jennifer McNabb, Chair, Western Illinois University; and Cathryn Spence, University of Guelph.. March.. 14.. PCCBS and NACBS 2013 (Nov.. 8-10).. pccbs.. I am writing to you on behalf of the Pacific Coast Conference on British Studies to invite scholars working on Britain to participate in the upcoming meeting of the NACBS, to be held in Portland, Oregon, Nov.. 8-10, 2013.. The meeting will take place in the historic Benson Hotel (opened in 1913).. The hotel is centrally located with easy access to restaurants, the lovely classical Chinese Garden, and the ever-popular Powell's Bookstore.. One food critic has described the restaurant scene as "the scrappiest, most original gastronomic destination in America.. " Those of you familiar with "Portlandia" will have glimpsed another side of life in the Pacific Northwest, one you might encounter if you visit a coffee shop or brew pub.. The MAX light rail system and the Portland Streetcar make travel around the city easy.. Do not miss out on this opportunity to sample the treats Portland has to offer.. The deadline for panel submissions has been extended to March 25th.. I look forward to seeing you at the meeting.. Randall McGowen, President PCCBS.. 12.. CFP: NACBS 2013 (deadline extended to March 25).. NACBS.. At the PCCBS meeting in Berkeley this past weekend, it became clear that for some reason many people -- including long time active NACBS members -- had not seen the CFP for the NACBS Portland meeting.. We are therefore extending the deadline to March 25 to give those who had missed the call an opportunity to submit proposals.. The call for papers can be found at.. http://www.. nacbs.. org/conference.. Submissions can be made at.. http://nacbs.. ucmerced.. edu/call-for-submissions.. If you have questions about proposals or eligibility, please contact.. nacbsprogram@gmail.. com.. Susan.. Susan D.. Amussen.. Professor of History.. Director, Center for Research in the Humanities Arts.. School of Social Sciences, Humanities Arts.. University of California, Merced.. 5200 North Lake Road.. Merced, CA 95343.. Newer Posts.. Older Posts.. 1.. 2.. 4.. 5.. 6.. 17.. Categories.. AFIHR.. Announcement.. Editorials.. Grants and Awards.. h-albion.. IHR.. Jobs.. NACBS Membership Offers.. NECBS.. Seminar.. Affiliated Organisations.. American Historical Association.. H-Albion.. Institute of Historical Studies.. North American Conference on British Studies (NACBS).. Royal Historical Society..

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  • Title: North American Conference on British Studies (NACBS) :: Prizes
    Descriptive info: Prizes, Fellowships, and Awards.. The North American Conference on British Studies (NACBS) sponsors annual prizes for the best books and articles in the field of British studies published during the preceding year, It also sponsors two fellowships for dissertation research and two undergraduate essay contests in British Studies.. Each prize for scholarship is awarded to an author of a work published in the preceding calendar year that in the judgment of the respective prize committees, best represents scholarship in all fields of British studies.. The authors of these books and articles must be residents of the United States or Canada, but their works can appear either in North America or abroad.. Nomination for any of these prizes may be made by authors, publishers, editors, friends, teachers, or colleagues.. These competitions normally have their deadlines for nominations set as April 1st in the year following publication of the respective books and articles, and the prizes are announced at the Awards Ceremony held at the annual meeting in the autumn.. The John Ben Snow Prize is for the best book in any field of British studies  ...   and co-sponsored by the British Council, is awarded to support dissertation research in the libraries and archives of the United Kingdom by a graduate student enrolled in a North American university.. The NACBS and the Huntington Library in San Marino, California fund the NACBS-Huntington Library Fellowship for graduate student research in the collections of the Huntington Library.. The NACBS Stern Grant is intended to provide financial assistance for graduate students who attend the annual NACBS meeting.. The NACBS Undergraduate Essay Contest is for undergraduates studying at U.. S.. and Candadian Colleges and Universities.. For a history of funding and awards, please click on the following links:.. 2012.. 2011.. 2010.. 2009.. 2008.. 2007.. 2006.. 2005.. 2004.. 2003.. 2002.. 2001.. 2000.. 1999.. 1998.. 1997.. BOOK AND ARTICLE PRIZES.. for the best book in any field of British studies dealing with the period from the Middle Ages through the eighteenth century.. Albion Book Prize.. for the best book on any aspect of British studies since 1800.. for the best scholarly article in any field of British Studies.. GRADUATE FELLOWSHIPS.. UNDERGRADUATE ESSAY AWARDS.. NACBS Undergraduate Essay Contest.. EXTERNAL FUNDING..

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  • Title: North American Conference on British Studies (NACBS) :: John Ben Snow Prize
    Descriptive info: JOHN BEN SNOW PRIZE 2013 COMPETITION.. Deadline: 1 April 2013.. The JOHN BEN SNOW FOUNDATION PRIZE is a $500 prize awarded annually by the North American Conference on British Studies for the best book by a North American scholar in any field of British Studies dealing with the period from the Middle Ages through the eighteenth century.. The author must be a citizen or permanent resident of the United States or Canada and be living in either country at the time of the award.. Nominations may be made by the author or by the publisher of the book nominated.. A publisher may nominate more than one title each year but should use discretion and not overburden the Prize Committee.. The 2013 competition covers books published in 2012.. Separate copies of the letter of nomination and of the book nominated should be sent by April 1, 2013 to each member of the Prize Committee.. (Only books sent to  ...   Building.. Stony Brook, NY.. USA 11794-4348.. kathleen.. wilson@stonybrook.. Professor Margaret McGlynn.. University of Western Ontario.. Lawson Hall, Rm 2201.. London, ON.. Canada N6A 5B8.. mmcglyn@uwo.. RECENT AWARD WINNERS.. John Ben Snow Prize (2013).. Nicholas Rogers, York University:.. Mayhem: Postwar Crime and Violence in Britain, 1748-53.. (Yale University Press, 2012).. Mayhem.. follows the problems of demobilizing soldiers in a wide variety of directions, from bawdy houses to the gin craze to popular religion and demographic enquiry, from the centre to the localities and, indeed, to the colonies beyond.. In a book both erudite and engaging, Professor Rogers disrupts assumptions of eighteenth-century stability by engaging with a range of popular tensions that constituted a surprisingly serious challenge to governmental authority, especially when allied to the ambiguity of a military victory that felt a lot like a defeat.. While each chapter shows a different element of society on its own terms,.. Mayhem.. produces a coherent and compelling whole.. PREVIOUS AWARD WINNERS..

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  • Title: North American Conference on British Studies (NACBS) :: Stansky Prize
    Descriptive info: Stansky Book Prize.. The Stansky Book Prize (formerly the Albion Prize) of $500 is awarded annually by the North American Conference on British Studies for the best book published anywhere by a North American scholar on any aspect of British studies since 1800.. Nominations may be made by the author or by the publisher of the book.. competition covers books published in.. Separate copies of the letter of nomination and of the book nominated should be sent by.. April 1, 2013.. to each member of the Prize Committee (only books sent to every committee member can be considered).. For prompt attention, mark packages "NACBS Prize Committee.. " Send all relevant materials to:.. Martin Wiener (Rice University), Chair.. History Department - MS 42.. Rice University.. PO Box 1892.. Houston, TX 77251-1892.. wiener@rice.. Seth Koven (Rutgers University).. 103 Van Dyck Hall.. 16 Seminary Place.. New Brunswick, NJ 08901.. 848-932-8547.. skoven@history.. rutgers.. Stephanie Barczewski (Clemson University).. Dept of History.. B28 Hardin Hall.. Clemson, South Carolina 29634.. Phone: 864/656-3153.. sbarcze@clemson.. Stansky Book Prize (2013).. Co-winners.. Jim Epstein, Vanderbilt University:.. Scandal of Colonial Rule: Power and Subversion in the British Atlantic during the Age of Revolution.. (Cambridge University Press, 2012).. James Epstein’s.. Scandal  ...   of directions, demonstrating a mastery of social, cultural, political, gender, legal and imperial history along the way.. What emerges is a nuanced and kaleidoscopic view of the British Empire in the decades around 1800, when the British were still grappling with their new global power.. This is history simultaneously revelatory and readable, as Epstein leads his readers through a world in which very little was fixed and much was in flux, never losing his footing.. Jordanna Bailkin, University of Washington:.. The Afterlife of Empire.. (University of California Press, 2012).. Jordanna Bailkin’s boldly original.. opens up entirely new ground and maps out an ambitious agenda for future scholars of 20.. century British history.. By placing into a single analytic frame decolonization and welfare, post-war and post-colonial, Bailkin brilliantly “decolonizes” the history of welfare while showing the role of welfare in decolonization.. She allows us to see each of these much-studied developments in new ways that attend to the human dimensions of large-scale impersonal global processes through the quotidian lives of ordinary people.. Bailkin focuses on the post-WWII decades, but this compassionate study powerfully shows us that these processes continue to unfold in unexpected and profoundly consequential ways for us today..

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  • Title: North American Conference on British Studies (NACBS) :: Walter D. Love Prize
    Descriptive info: The WALTER D.. LOVE PRIZE in History is a $150 award given annually by the North American Conference on British Studies for the best article or paper of similar length or scope by a North American scholar in the field of British history.. The 2013 prize will be awarded to an article published during the calendar year 2012.. The prize journal article or paper, which may be published anywhere in the world, should exhibit a humane and compassionate understanding of the subject, imagination, literary grace, and scrupulous scholarship.. It should also make a significant contribution to its field of study.. Chapters from longer works are not eligible, but papers appearing in edited collections of essays are eligible.. All scholars who are citizens or permanent residents of the United States or Canada and living in either country at the time of the award are eligible to compete.. A copy of the nominated article or paper should be  ...   03824.. nfg@cisunix.. unh.. Walter Love Prize (2013).. Erik Linstrum, University of Michigan: "The Politics of Psychology in the British Empire, 1898-1960,".. Past Present.. 215 (May 2012).. Erik Linstrum’s analysis of experimental psychology and psychoanalysis in the British Empire challenges our assumptions about colonial science and what we often assume are intrinsic links between the acquisition of imperial knowledge and the project of empire itself.. While imperial infrastructures and imbalances of power certainly enabled and shaped psychological studies in African, Asia, and the West Indies, Linstrum convincingly demonstrates the importance of those studies in undermining and eventually displacing the commonplace European belief that so-called primitives had no inner lives or individual psychological complexity.. The impact of British Imperial psychology, then, was not to strengthen British Imperial racism but rather to build new, post-colonial models of the human psyche, and thus to promote the role of social scientific expertise in the emerging post-colonial states of the twentieth century..

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  • Title: North American Conference on British Studies (NACBS) :: NACBS-Dissertation-Year Fellowship
    Descriptive info: NACBS DISSERTATION YEAR FELLOWSHIP 2013 COMPETITION.. NACBS DISSERTATION YEAR FELLOWSHIP.. is awarded to support dissertation research in the British Isles on any topic of British (including Scottish, Irish and Imperial) history or British Studies.. The Fellowship consists of a $8,000 stipend.. The runner-up will receive a $3,000 travel grant.. Each advisor may nominate one candidate, who should be a citizen or permanent resident of the U.. or Canada, enrolled in a Ph.. D.. program in a U.. or Canadian institution, and who has, at the time of application, completed all degree requirements save the dissertation.. The nomination must be made by the student's dissertation advisor, supported by one additional letter of recommendation.. The nominating advisor must be a member of the NACBS.. The candidate must need to travel to the British Isles for the purpose of dissertation research.. The awardee must conduct full-time research in the British Isles for an extended stay.. Procedures for Application:.. Application consists of the two letters of nomination and recommendation described above; a one-page curriculum vitae of the candidate; and a 1000 word research proposal written by the candidate, which should explain the importance of the topic to the field of British history and include a description of the relevant primary materials that are to be consulted in the British Isles.. Appended to the CV should be a list of the financial support (source, type and amount) received by the applicant since the beginning of graduate study, and an indication of any current pending applications for financial aid to support dissertation research.. Letters of reference should address themselves not only to the student's past record, but  ...   1M8.. mcsheff@alcor.. concordia.. Professor Robert Ingram.. Ohio University.. Bentley Annex 415.. Athens, OH 45701.. ingramr@ohio.. NACBS Dissertation Year Fellowship (2013).. Hillary Taylor, Yale University: "Voices of the People: Language, Class and Politics in Early Modern England.. ".. Ms.. Taylor’s dissertation investigates the causes and consequences of plebeian “inarticulacy” amid such socio-economic changes in Early Modern England as the expansion of the gentry, the growth of commercial and professional classes, and the emergence of a larger population of landless permanent laborers.. This innovative and ambitious approach to examining the social soundscape of plebeian England revolves around the binaries of universality/particularity and inclusion/exclusion that characterize the development of language.. Taylor’s research engages not only with the overlooked subject of the language of the lower classes, but with the daily experiences and attitudes of those at the bottom and how these affected politics, economics, and social developments during this period.. Dissertation Year Travel Grant.. Jennifer Wells, Brown University: “Prelude to empire: state-building in Cromwellian Ireland and Scotland, 1649–1660”.. In this dissertation, Ms.. Wells seeks to provide the first comprehensive analysis of state-building in Scotland and Ireland during the Interregnum from the English, Irish and Scottish perspectives.. Her project focuses on the ways that England’s proto-imperial network subdued and integrated two neighboring countries through various legal, financial, administrative, educational and religious measures as forms of legitimation to consolidate power and establish authority in the wake of violent conquest.. Its goal is to demonstrate further how English domestic state-formation evolved into an imperial framework in Ireland and Scotland in the 1650s and the ways in which modern state- and empire-building borrowed from each other during this transformation..

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  • Title: North American Conference on British Studies (NACBS) :: NACBS-Huntington Library Fellowship
    Descriptive info: NORTH AMERICAN CONFERENCE ON BRITISH STUDIES.. 2013 NACBS-HUNTINGTON LIBRARY FELLOWSHIP COMPETITION.. The NACBS, in collaboration with the Huntington Library, offers annually the NACBS-HUNTINGTON LIBRARY FELLOWSHIP to aid in dissertation research in British Studies using the collections of the library.. The amount of the fellowship is $3000.. A requirement for holding the fellowship is that the time of tenure be spent in residence at the Huntington Library.. The time of residence varies, but may be as brief as one month.. Applicants must be U.. S.. or Canadian citizens or permanent residents and enrolled in a Ph.. or Canadian institution.. Nominations and applications for the 2013 award are invited.. Please note that the applications are due on November 30, 2013.. Applications should consist of a curriculum vitae, two supporting letters (one from the applicant's dissertation advisor), and a description of the dissertation research project.. The letter should include a description of  ...   of research.. The Huntington's own fellowships pay $3000 per month and the deadline for applications is 15 November 2013.. A copy of the application package should be sent to each member of the Huntington Library Fellowship Committee listed below.. Letters should be placed in sealed envelopes, signed across the flap and given to the applicant for inclusion in the application package.. Applications must be postmarked by November 15, 2013.. Awards will be announced by January 30, 2014.. Send materials to:.. Professor Melissa Harkrider.. Wheaton College.. 501 College Avenue.. Wheaton, IL 60187.. Melissa.. L.. Harkrider@wheaton.. Holly Brewer.. Burke Professor of American History Associate Professor.. 2115 Francis Scott Key Hall.. University of Maryland, College Park 20742.. Tel: 301-405-9442.. hbrewer@umd.. Professor Stephen M.. Miller,.. 265D Stevens Hall.. University of Maine.. Orono, ME 04469.. Stephen_Miller@umit.. maine.. NACBS-Huntington Library Fellowship (2013).. Lauren Miller, Indiana University: “Refugee-Nation: The Origins of Practicing English Toleration, cv.. 1680-1732”..

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  • Title: North American Conference on British Studies (NACBS) :: NACBS Stern Grant
    Descriptive info: NACBS STERN GRANT.. STERN GRANT.. FOR GRADUATE STUDENTS TO ATTEND NACBS CONFERENCE.. 2013 COMPETITION.. is intended to provide financial assistance for graduate students who attend the annual NACBS meeting.. Recipients may receive up to $500 in reimbursement for travel, lodging, and registration costs incurred as a result of attendance.. Guidelines for applicants.. :.. You must be a graduate student in good standing at a Ph.. -granting degree program in British studies.. and.. a member of the NACBS.. You must provide a justification for your attendance at the annual meeting and a budget of expenses.. Your faculty advisor, who also must be a member of the NACBS, is required to submit a letter of  ...   address, email address, and telephone number; the Ph.. program in which you are enrolled; the name of your faculty advisor; your purpose in attending the NACBS meeting; an estimated budget of expenses.. In addition, request that your faculty advisor send a letter of recommendation to the committee by email, again with the subject line:.. Preference will be given to applicants who are panelists on the NACBS program and/or are award recipients.. Awardees must submit to the committee chair all receipts for reimbursement.. within one month of the end of the annual meeting.. Application deadline:.. September 3, 2013.. extended to October 5.. Applications and letters of recommendation must be emailed to:.. Professor David Campion, Chair..

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  • Title: North American Conference on British Studies (NACBS) :: NACBS Undergraduate Essay Contest
    Descriptive info: North American Conference on British Studies Undergraduate Essay Contest 2013.. Each year the.. awards twelve prizes of $100.. 00 each to the best essays on British topics submitted by undergraduates studying in American and Canadian universities.. Essays may be from any department –History, English, Philosophy, Cultural Studies, Gender Studies, etc–as long as they relate to British Studies and date from 2012/2013.. Essays must have been written while the author was a degree-seeking undergraduate at a U.. or Canadian college or university.. Essays should be no longer than 25 pages (please, no theses).. Submissions must be accompanied by a nominating letter from the professor who taught the course for which the essay was written.. Nominating faculty.. must be current members of the NACBS.. Please include the permanent mailing address and email contact information for the student.. Send a paper copy of the essay and the letter of nomination to.. EACH.. of the following three members of the adjudication committee by.. June 15th, 2013.. (3 copies in total).. Co-Chair: Dr Rob Falconer.. Grant MacEwan University.. Room 7-352, City Centre Campus.. 10700 - 104 Avenue.. Edmonton, AB T5J 4S2.. falconerj2@macewan.. Co-Chair: Dr Guy Ortolano.. 101 Halcyon Hill Road.. Ithaca, NY 14850.. USA.. ortolano@nyu.. Dr Lisa Surridge.. Department of English.. University of Victoria.. Victoria, BC V8W  ...   Danyell’: A Tale of Devotion, Deceit, and Disaster in Early Modern England.. ” University of Nebraska.. Nominated by Carol Levin.. aliciameyer@gmail.. com, clevin2@unl.. Alison Mueller, “Curing London: How the London Sewer System Eradicated Cholera.. ” UC-Riverside.. Nominated by Thomas Cogswell.. alison.. mueller@email.. ucr.. edu, thomas.. cogswell@ucr.. Ryan Patterson, “The Contagious Diseases Acts: Under the Microscope.. ” Florida State University.. Nominated by Charles Upchurch.. rnp12@my.. fsu.. edu, cupchurch@fsu.. Rachel Phillips, “Sacrificial Rites – and Wrongs: Imoinda’s Death as a Sacrifice in Aphra Behn’s.. Oroonoko.. ” Western University.. Nominated by Richard J.. Moll.. rphill28@uwo.. ca, rmoll@uwo.. Alexa Price, “‘For Nelson’s Sake’: The HMS Foudroyant, Naval Nostalgia, and Public Understanding of the Royal Navy at the Close of the Victorian Age.. ” University of New Hampshire.. Nominated by Nicoletta Gullace.. alexa.. price@mac.. com, nicoletta.. gullace@unh.. edu.. Rory Scothorne, “Subverting the ‘Civil’/‘Wild’ Divide in the Baltinglass Rebellion.. ” Washington University in St.. Louis.. Nominated by Derek Hirst.. roryscothorne@wustl.. edu, dmhirst@artsci.. wustl.. Monica Thornell, “My Dear One? A Recovery of Queen Anne, Regent of England.. ” McGill University.. Nominated by Brian Cowan.. monica.. thornell@mail.. mcgill.. ca, brian.. cowan2@mcgill.. Alex Warshick, “‘Unalterable Law’: Going Beyond the Material in Meredith’s ‘Lucifer in Starlight’ and Hopkins’ ‘God’s Grandeur’.. ” St.. Francis Xavier University.. Nominated by Matthew Fellion.. x2010nmz@stfx.. ca, mfellion@stfx..

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