The 2019 Association for the Study of African American Life and History (ASALH) Academic Program Committee invites comprehensive proposals for individual papers, panels, performances, films, round-tables, workshops, conversations, or alternative formats focused on the 2019 theme, “Black Migrations.” “Black Migrations” spotlights movement to new destinations and subsequently changed social realities for people of African descent.
The NEH Awards for Faculty program seeks to strengthen the humanities at Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) by encouraging and expanding humanities research opportunities for individual faculty and staff members. Awards support individuals pursuing scholarly research that is of value to humanities scholars, students, and/or general audiences. The program offers applicants flexibility in project
The National Park Service’s State, Tribal, Local, Plans & Grants Division is now accepting applications for two exciting grants that may be of interest. Both grant programs are competitive in nature and you must apply through Grants.gov in order for your applications to be considered. UNDERREPRESENTED COMMUNITIES: Eligible applicants are Federally Recognized Indian Tribes, Alaska Natives, Native Hawaiian
A Profile of Dr. Alvia Wardlaw: Agent of Change, 1st African American to receive a Ph.D. from Wellesley and Recipient of AAAM’s 2017 John E. Fleming Leadership Award.