Highlights from the 2016 meeting of the Conference on Faith and History
Check out Chris Gehrz’s post at the Anxious Bench blog, where he provides a recap of some of the highlights of the recent CFH meeting.
The AHA's Affiliated Societies offer dissertation and graduate student prizes in a wide range of temporal and thematic historic fields. The AHA has listed many of these prizes in one easy-to-find location here: #twitterstorians https://www.historians.org/about-aha-and-membership/affiliated-societies/affiliate-dissertation-prizes
Women CFH members are invited to join our Women’s Network.
Are you interested in participating in a mentorship or writing group in the CFH Women’s Network?
Contact @KatherineEliseL and learn more about the program now.
Join us for “Beyond Conflict: Archive and Ethics in the Middle East” on Jan. 26 at 2 PM ET, on insights gained and dilemmas posed by conducting research on areas where violence and conflict have made historical materials hard to access. (1/2) #VirtualAHA https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_nBh94W7XRSOJfaKNok8kEg
With lots of talk about Presidential #pardons in the news this week, #DYK that late medieval kings of England often utilised this power?
#HistParl's Dr Hannes Kleineke wrote about Henry VI's 1470 Christmas pardon for the @UkNatArchives blog. Read it here: