CFP: BGEAH 2017: “Land and Water: Port Towns, Maritime Connections, and Oceanic Spaces of the Early Modern Atlantic World.” (Aug 29-Sep 3, 2017)

The British Group of Early American Historians has chosen the theme of “Port Towns, Maritime Connections, and Oceanic Spaces” for their 2017 conference to take place from August 29 to September 3, in Portsmouth, UK. While this conference will be of special interest to those studying the Atlantic World, the consideration of intercultural exchange, movement […]

Lecturer in Early Modern Global History, Queen Mary (University of London)

Our colleagues at Queen Mary, University of London, have recently advertised a post for Lecturer in Early Modern Global History (1500-1800). The School of History at Queen Mary, explains the announcement, now seeks to appoint an outstanding historian whose research touches upon some of the following areas: the understanding of `proto-globalisation’, trade networks, slavery, manufacturing, commodities […]

Lecturer in Early Modern Global History, University of Chester

The University of Chester is searching for a candidate for a position in Early Modern Global History (1650-1800) as a Permanent Lecturer. The post, which begins on September 1st of this year, notes to candidates that You will have a good Honours Degree (normally 2.1 or First or equivalent) in History and a Ph.D. in Early Modern […]