U.S. History Scene is excited to announce a new summer 2018 fellowship: U.S. History Scene – UVA Andrew W. Mellon Fellowship in Indigenous Arts, Historical Writing, and Digital Curation Background Founded in 2011 by historians trained at Harvard University, U.S. History Scene is a multimedia history education website composed of historians and educators… MORE
The Society for American Music invites written papers related to the seminar topic “American Music and the Construction of Race: American Revolution to the Civil War ” co-organized by Rhae Lynn Barnes and Glenda Goodman for its 45th Annual Conference in New Orleans, Louisiana, to be held 20–24 March 2019. All proposals must be submitted via the… MORE
US History is pleased to announce its summer internship and fellowship programs: Historical Writing and Research Internship Program Pop Culture History Digital Internship Bancroft Library – U.S. History Scene Fellowship in Digital History (in partnership with the University of California Berkeley) Historical Writing and Research Internship Program U.S. History Scene, a multimedia history education project founded… MORE
The Disney movies that chronicle the life of Pocahontas may be the most famous contemporary iterations of her history, but they are also, unfortunately, some of the most historically inaccurate. So who was Pocahontas?