OPPORTUNITY: Fulbright Canada seeks Chair in Social and Cultural History of Western North American at the University of Calgary

Thursday, July 07, 2016 9:00 PM | Anonymous

Visiting Research Chairs for American Scholars: University of Calgary Department of History seeks Fulbright Canada Scholar

The Department of History seeks a Fulbright Canada scholar who will conduct research in the social and cultural history of Western North America, taking advantage of the extensive resources available in Calgary, both those at the University of Calgary’s special collections and at the Glenbow Museum and Archives. The social and cultural history of Western North America is one of the Department of History’s main areas of strength. Department members researching the region include George Colpis (environmental history,social, economic, and cultural history of the fur trade), Warren Elofson (ranching), Elizabeth Jameson (women, labor, gender), Heather Devine (First Nations and MéƟs) and Nancy Janovicek (social movements, women, gender). The Fulbright scholar will also have an opportunity to work with colleagues in departments of English and Art whose interests lie in on the culture of Western North America. The University of Alberta seeks a researcher who can contribute to the academic life of the department by teaching a seminar in his or her area of expertise, conducting research in the social and cultural history of this region, and developing interdisciplinary connections across the Faculty of Arts. Click here to download detailed information about this opportunity or visit www.fulbright.ca  and hist.ucalgary.ca for more information.

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