Prizes and Awards

Prizes are awarded annually to history students in recognition of scholastic achievements, accomplishments and proficiency.

Honors Program

Honors projects provide an opportunity for students to integrate their education and focus it via a significant research and writing project, including a challenging oral defense.

Study Away

The History Department strongly encourages History majors to study off campus. In 2016-7, more than half of our graduating seniors followed up on their study away experiences in their senior capstone research projects; recently, students have also been inspired by off-campus public history experience to procure museum internships and apply to graduate programs. Because so many Study Abroad programs offer unique opportunities to study regional histories in depth, the History Department does not have recommendations of particular programs at this time. Our majors have taken advantage of Macalester’s diversity of off-campus opportunities (most recently studying overseas in Turkey, Scotland, Denmark, Argentina, Greece); they have also enrolled in domestic programs such as the ACM Newberry Program in Chicago, which offers opportunities for students pursuing fields such as Native American Studies to research in a new setting. If you are interested in studying off campus as a History Major, we suggest that you speak to the History Department Faculty Liaison about your particular chronological and regional interests, especially if those interests involve an area that does not currently have coverage in the Macalester History curriculum. Our Faculty Liaison can help you locate a suitable program and also put you in touch with recent alumni or returning students who can offer firsthand opinions about how the programs they attended have contributed to their History major and their lives post-Macalester.

Research Funding

The History Department has funding available to help defray expenses incurred by students for their research projects.


Opportunity Updates

Our department is often asked to share information from other organizations with our students. We consolidate that information here for your convenience. However we have not thoroughly researched every one of these announcements. If you are considering any opportunity listed here, exercise caution, and if you have questions, please talk with a faculty member in the department.

Calls for papers (C), internships (I), job opportunities (J), grad programs (G), volunteering opportunities (V), fellowships (F), research/project opportunities (R), scholarships (S), learning opportunities (L), events (E), study away programs (A), networking opportunities (N), workshops (w); in reverse order, with the most recent notices at the top. Active items are listed in bold:

(I) 4/30/2018 MIA Fall Internship Application Now Open
The Minneapolis Institute of Art offers unpaid volunteer internships for individuals considering or pursuing careers in museum work. Candidates who have completed at least two years of college coursework and have relevant skills, interests or experiences are eligible to apply. Internships may last from one to twelve months, with a minimum time commitment of twenty hours per week. Intern positions are typically project-orientated within a specific department. The application deadline for Fall 2018 is June 1. For more information and to apply, visit the internship website.
(I) 4/9/2018 Angie Craig for Congress Internship
Angie Craig’s campaign for Congress is seeking interns. This field internship is a good opportunity for students to gain experience in political campaign work and leadership, as well as make a difference in Minnesota communities. No prior experience necessary. This internship is flexible, and hours and specific components of the position can be tailored to the intern’s needs and interest areas. This position is unpaid. For more information, see this flyer.
(E) 4/2/2018 First Thursday: Informational and Job Interviews
Professor Andrea Kaston Tange and Kate Larson will be leading the next session of the First Thursdays series on professional and public lives after a Humanities degree on interviewing techniques. The session will help you prepare for both informational and job interviews, identify differences between the two, ask strategic questions, handle nerves, and highlight your skills during an interview. The session will take place on Thursday, April 5, from 4:45 to 6:15 PM in the Harmon Room. More information can be found here.
(I) 3/13/2018 Paid Summer Internship at The National Native American Boarding School Healing Coalition (NABS)
NABS seeks to hire a current undergraduate or graduate student as an intern for the summer of 2018. The internship is a full‐time position over the course of 10–12 weeks (400 hours). Beginning and ending dates are negotiable. Salary will be $15.00 per hour. As temporary employees of NABS, interns are not eligible for employee benefits. View the internship announcement here.

(E) 3/13/218 Nominate a Professor for a Voices on Mental Health Appreciation Award
Have you had a professor who has supported your mental health and/or disability? Take a few minutes and nominate them for the 2018 Professor Appreciation Awards for Mental Health and Disability! This is a chance for us to publicly honor and thank our professors who have supported us at some point over the years as we navigate being students while living with the realities of our mental health and disability(s). Any comments will be sent anonymously to the professor, whose name will be published in a list of honored professors.
To honor a professor, fill out this form.

(I) (L) 3/13/2018 Inclusion and Community Engagement Fellowship Program with Minnesota Historical Society
The Minnesota Historical Society is recruiting for a fellowship opportunity with their Department of Inclusion and Community Engagement (INCE). The INCE Fellowship Program (formerly known as the ACTC Fellowship) is a course that encourages undergraduates from diverse communities to explore the challenges within museums, historical organizations, and cultural institutions related to inclusion, representation, narrative, and the workforce.
The program is divided into three parts: a 3 credit undergraduate course, a paid internship, and a trip to Chicago, Illinois. Interested students should contact Jae Yates, jae.yates@mnhs.org or Kyle Parsons at kyle.parsons@mnhs.org.  Find the program flyer here and the application link here. The priority deadline for applications is March 23rd and positions are competitive so students should apply as soon as possible.

(L) 3/7/2018 Alumni Chat with Isabella Kulkarni ’13
Register to talk with Isabella Kulkarni ’13. Since graduating from Macalester, Kulkarni has been working as a reporter and producer on a host of different podcasts including The Ringer’s Slate, Gimlet’s Undone, Mogul: The Life and Death of Chris Lighty, and The Nod, and WNYC’s On The Media. She is also a freelance contributor for NPR’s Marketplace. This talk will be geared towards those with an interest in journalism/roles in media. She will discuss her journey into the industry and her work in new media startups, radio, and podcasting. She’ll let you know how her degree and graduate school helped her and suggestions she has for what she would have done differently. Isabella Kulkarni is a 2013 graduate of Macalester and a 2016 graduate of Columbia Graduate School of Journalism. The talk will be held in the DeWitt Wallace Library on March 29 from 12:00 to 12:45 PM. Only five out of ten spots are still available.

(I) 3/7/2018 Minnesota Book Publishers’ Roundtable Internship Fair
Students interested in opportunities in publishing can attend the Minnesota Book Publishers’ Roundtable Internship Fair on March 27. Publishers will be on-site to answer questions, take resumes, and give brief informational interviews about opportunities available at their respective companies. This free event will take place in the Open Book (Target Performance Hall), 1011 Washington Avenue South, Minneapolis, MN 55415. Please RSVP on the website.

(L) 3/7/2018 Chat with Maggie Jackson (Columnist/Foreign Correspondent)
Maggie Jackson, a member of the Mac Parent Board, will be available to talk about portfolio careers (when and why to depart from a “one job” model of a career, the benefits and pitfalls of being a free agent writer and author); how to write about what matters most to you; and how to balance time for deep thought with handling a social media presence. Jackson is an award-winning author and former Boston Globe columnist known for her penetrating coverage of social issues, especially technology’s impact on humanity. Her acclaimed second book Distracted jumpstarted our global conversation on the steep costs of fragmenting our attention and will be published in a new, updated edition in 2018. The recipient of numerous awards and fellowships, her essays and articles and books have been featured in the New York Times, Utne, National Public Radio, New Philosopher and many other publications worldwide. A graduate of Yale University and the London School of Economics, Jackson is at work on a new book about the reflective mind in an age of snap judgment. The event will take place in Markim Hall 201 from 12-1 PM on March 23.

(L) 3/7/2018 MacExplore visit to Star Tribune
Join MacExplore for this trip over the the StarTribune in Minneapolis to meet with our alumnus Colin Covert, the paper’s film critic who specializes in feature writing and pop culture reporting. Colin will bring the group around their space and introduce the group to colleagues like Pulitzer Prize winning editorial cartoonist Steve Sack, somebody on the tech side, maybe photo, maybe newsroom management, and maybe Mike Klingensmith (Publisher and Macalester trustee). All class years and all majors welcome. There will be pizza in Kagin Commons at 11:20, and the group will leave from there by 11:40. If you are coming but won’t join for pizza in advance, please let Michele Moylan know at mmoylan@macalester.edu. The event will go until 1:25 PM. It is on March 8.

(E) 3/7/2018 “Digging Up the Past” Exhibit at the University of Minnesota Elmer L. Andersen Library
Digging Up the Past uncovers the diverse, delightful, difficult, provocative, and unexpected stories from University of Minnesota’s Archives and Special Collections that have been unearthed as part of Umbra Search African American History’s effort to digitize nearly 500,000 African American history materials from across the University of Minnesota’s collections. The event is free and open to the public. It begins at 5:00 PM on March 19. Find out more and RSVP on the website. RSVP requested by March 12.

(I) 3/5/2018 Internship with the St. Paul Department of Planning and Economic Development
The City of Saint Paul is looking for a summer Department of Planning and Economic Development intern. The work may involve economic development, geography, historic preservation, housing, and planning. The position is paid. More information can be found here. The application deadline is March 19.

(G) 3/5/2018 Bard College Master of Arts in Teaching Program
Students interested in working in middle or high school social studies teaching positions can apply to the Bard College Master of Arts in Teaching Program. Bard MAT’s curriculum gives equal weight to graduate study in history and education. Students at Bard MAT work both Bard supervisors and with mentor teachers at local public schools. More information on the program and the application can be found at this website and on this flyer. Applications for summer are due April 30.

(C) 3/2/2018 2018 Northern Great Plains History Conference in Mankato
The NGPHC has welcomed undergraduate student papers over the years, and there are two undergraduate student paper awards, including an award for the best undergraduate paper.  Additionally, the Society for Military History-First Division Museum Cantigny sponsors a $400 award for the best undergraduate student paper. The Northern Great Plains History Conference will meet 20-22 September. More information about the conference can be found on this flyer and here: https://www.ngphconference.org/

(I) 3/2/2018 Tribal and Cultural Affairs Summer Internship with the National Park Service
The National Park Service is accepting applications for its Tribal and Cultural Affairs Summer Internship. This paid, 11-week internship is a great opportunity for students majoring in Geography, History, and Anthropology. The internship will assist in the creation of a GIS-based Tribal Lands finding aid for National Park Service managers. This program is a professional development program that supports undergraduate and graduates students from underrepresented populations, who wish to gain exposure to and experience in the historic preservation/cultural resources fields of work. For more information, please visit the Handshake posting. Applications are due March 4th.

(I) 2/16/2018 MacStartups Applications are now open!
MacStartups is a 10-week fully-immersive summer incubator program open to current Macalester students. Working in a team of 2-3, students spend the summer using their creativity and super-powers to tackle a problem they’re passionate about solving while connecting with the Twin Cities entrepreneurship community. Teams will be selected based on their identification of the problem, creative solution, enthusiasm, and ability to work collaboratively. They are expected to develop the courage to take risks, learn methodologies and equip themselves with a toolkit, and work collaboratively with a cohort of fellow Mac students & integrate with the vibrant MSP innovator community. The application is now open and is due Sunday, February 25th.

(I) 2/16/2018 Collections Internship with the Minnesota Transportation Museum
The Minnesota Transportation Museum’s collection consists of transportation-related records, photographs, and objects, but this year, MTM is establishing a new collections space. The Collections Intern will provide support for maintaining records and learning about acquisitions, the accessioning process, art and object handling procedures, storage care and maintenance, environmental care, and overall museum operations. The internship is for ten weeks this summer. For more information see the attached flyer and send in your information by Friday, March 16th.

(G) 2/16/2018 Applications for Fall 2018 Medieval & Renaissance Studies Columbia University
The Medieval and Renaissance Studies Program at Columbia University offers flexible opportunities to study the medieval and early modern worlds amidst the tremendous intellectual and cultural resources of New York City. Students are able to structure the degree to fit their interests, whether they specialize in one field or take an interdisciplinary approach. The program offers courses through a wide range of university departments, and students can choose to focus on any subject in the medieval and early modern eras in almost any geographical region (including Asia and the Americas). The degree is offered with both a full-time and a part-time option.

(I) 2/14/2018 Special Events Internship at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History
The Office of Special Events at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History is accepting internship applications for summer 2018. As part of the Development branch of the museum, the Office of Special Events at the National Museum of American History plans and coordinates over 100 events each year including: exhibition openings, press conferences, donation ceremonies, staff receptions, donor cultivation events, and corporate dinners and receptions. To apply, please create an account on SOLAA and choose “NMAH Special Events Internship (External Affairs) Program” as your program choice from the National Museum of American History drop-down. Alternatively, you may submit a cover letter, resume, letter of recommendation, and unofficial transcript to NMAHSpecialEvents@si.edu. Start and end dates and full time or part time availability should be included in your application materials as well. The application deadline is Thursday, March 1st. This unpaid internship typically offers a one-time $300 stipend to help with travel and transportation expenses. Additional information about the internship can be found at
http://americanhistory.si.edu/getinvolved/internship/opportunities/special-events.

(N) 2/14/2018 History Alum Resource for Working in Cultural Resource Management
Chris Dayton ’98, is a Cultural Resource Management Manager in Austen, TX working with an environmental firm. In his program, Dayton works with eight archeologists and five historians based in Texas, Oklahoma, and Louisiana. Any classics or history grads interested in CRM consulting (where 90% of US archaeology happens) or working in the Southwest, please ask pitman@macalester.edu for contact information.

(I) 2/14/2018 Mount Vernon Hotel Museum and Garden Fellowships
The Mount Vernon Hotel Museum and Garden is pleased to announce two William Randolph Hearst Fellowships for Summer 2018, for undergraduate or graduate students interested in American Studies, U.S. History, Museum Studies, or Education. The Hearst Fellows will conduct original research about NY history, work as interpreters, and assist with summer children’s programs. For more information, please look at this page on the Museum’s website and select “Fellowships” from the left hand menu. You can also find more details on the fellowship application.

(G) 1/26/2018 Grad School Test Grants
Macalester College Student Government (MCSG) recently started the GSAT Grant Program that assists students with graduate school admission test costs. This semester, they will be giving out 50 $100 grants to juniors and seniors appearing for any graduate school examinations. To apply, fill out the application by 11:59pm on February 12th.

(C) 1/26/2018 Call for Applications – Columbia University M.A. in History and Literature
Columbia University’s M.A. in History and Literature (HiLi) is a unique, innovative program that explores the interconnections and intersections between history and literature as categories of cultural production and as scholarly disciplines. Throughout this one-year program, classes are taught by eminent professors from Columbia and supplemented with courses at École normale supérieure and École des hautes études en sciences sociales, two of France’s top-tier graduate schools. Students thus experience the best that American and French institutions of higher learning have to offer and hone their critical thinking. The program emphasizes academic rigor while encouraging students to pursue a wide variety of research interests for their M.A. essay. General Application Deadline: May 11.  To learn more about the program and how to apply, see the Columbia and History and Literature Program Website

(W) 1/26/2018 ICPSR Summer Program in Quantitative Methods of Social Research
The ICPSR Summer Program’s four-week sessions are an immersive learning experience in which you’ll receive hands-on training in statistical models and quantitative methods while meeting and connecting with students, faculty, and researchers from around the world. All four-week courses are taught on the University of Michigan campus in Ann Arbor. Registration for all 2018 courses will open on Tuesday, February 6. To learn more about the programs and how to register, see the ICPSR Summer Programming Website.

(J) 1/26/2018 Etymologies Summer Teaching Opportunity with Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth
The Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth (CTY) summer programs is looking for undergraduate students, graduate students, or instructors in your department who may be interested in summer employment as an etymologies teaching assistant or instructor.  CTY offers challenging academic programs for highly talented elementary, middle, and high school students from across the country and around the world. Information regarding the CTY summer programs can be found at the CTY Website.

(C) 1/26/2018 Call for Submissions Spring 2018 Chicago Journal of History
The Chicago Journal of History, the University of Chicago’s undergraduate journal for research in history and related fields in the social sciences and humanities, is accepting submissions for the upcoming Spring 2018 edition. The Journal’s mission is to provide not only an opportunity for printed and online publication, but also a forum for dedicated undergraduate students of history and related fields from across the country to exchange ideas and share their intellectual passion. The Journal publishes biannually; each issue contains 5-7 original articles selected from a large pool of qualified submissions. All submissions are reviewed rigorously, and selected pieces undergo a collaborative editing process prior to publication. Papers must be submitted by February 4th, 2018, 12:00 PM CST in order to be considered for the Spring 2017 issue. To learn more about the journal and submission guidelines, see the Chicago Journal of History Website.  

(J) 1/22/2018 Off Campus Student Employment at the MN Historical Society:
Earn your work study off campus at the MN Historical Society. The Collections & History Day intern is a unique position that provides experience in doing historical research and helping 4-12th graders work on History Day projects. Spending time at the Minnesota History Center in the Collections Department is an invaluable experience for anyone who wants to work in the museum field. Student applications for Off-Campus Student Employment are due to the Civic Engagement Center on Monday, February 5, 2018. To learn more and apply, see the Macalester College Off Campus Student Employment Website.

(R,F) 01/02/2018 New York Public Library ShortTerm Research Fellowships for Grads
The New York Public Library offers ShortTerm Research Fellowships to support scholars from outside the New York metropolitan area engaged in graduate-level, post-doctoral, and independent research. Individuals needing to conduct on-site research in the Library’s special collections to support projects in the humanities, business, and the fine and performing arts are welcome to apply. Preference is given to scholars whose work is based on materials in the NYPL research collections, especially when those materials are unique. Each fellow is expected to be in residence at the Library for the duration of their fellowship and each fellow will be expected to produce a written summary of his/her experience working with the collections.  Fellowship stipends are $1,000 per week for a minimum of two and maximum of four weeks.  Please visit https://www.nypl.org/research-divisions/ for detailed information about the research resources of The New York Public Library. Detailed program information can be found at https://www.nypl.org/help/about-nypl/fellowships-institutes/short-term-research-fellowships
Application Deadline:  January 31, 2018

(G) 01/02/2018 Call for Applications: MA in European History, Politics, and Society
Columbia University  is now accepting fall applications for the Fall 2018 M.A. program in European History, Politics, and Society. Housed within the European Institute, in this M.A. program students design their own programs of study. They can choose courses related to modern European topics in Arts and Sciences, the School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA), and the Law School. The program can be completed in 12 months but part-time study is also possible. The Deadline is is March 16, 2018.  Visit the Columbia University European History, Politics and Society website to learn more.

(J) 01/02/2017 Minnesota (and Wisconsin) Library Jobs Facebook Group
A Facebook group for posting library positions, mostly around Minnesota and Western Wisconsin is available to group members who join here.  Macalester librarian Alexis Logsdon is an admin of the group, and says archives positions are often posted on the group page.

(I) 01/02/2017 Minnesota Historical Society Internship Information
The Minnesota Historical Society offers internships periodically. Information about those opportunities can be found here.

(F) 01/02/2017 Fellowship with Angie Craig for Congress.
Fellows of this campaign have gone on to be leading voices in local campaigns across the state or have been able to use the skills they learned to successfully move into the legislative or nonprofit side. We also are very committed to helping boost college students’ resumes and providing ample opportunities to develop skills essential for finding solid employment post-graduation. Attached is a flyer for our fellowship program.

(R) 12/14/17 Research Travel Grants: Rubenstein Library, Duke University
The David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library is now accepting applications for our 2018-2019 research travel grants.  Anyone who wishes to use materials from the designated collections for historical research is eligible to apply, regardless of academic status. Writers, creative and performing artists, film makers and journalists are welcome to apply for the research travel grants. Research Travel Grants support projects that present creative approaches, including historical research and documentation projects resulting in dissertations, publications, exhibitions, educational initiatives, documentary films, or other multimedia products and artistic works. The deadline for application is January 31, 2018 by 5:00 PM EST. Grants must be used between April 1, 2018 and June 30, 2019. To learn more about the grants and how to apply, visit the Duke University Travel Grant Website.

(G) 12/14/17 Call for Applications: MA/MSc in International and World History
Columbia University and the London School of Economics is now accepting fall applications for the Fall 2018 dual MA/MSc program in International and World History.  An innovative curriculum includes a two-year sequence of reading and research seminars, interdisciplinary electives, and intensive foreign language training.  The Early Deadline is January 15, 2018 and the General Deadline is March 16, 2018.  Visit the Columbia University World History Website to learn more.

(C) 12/7/2017 History Matters Call for Papers
History Matters, the Appalachian State University’s Undergraduate Journal of Historical Research is accepting papers over the course of the fall and winter semesters. They will then publish selected papers in an online journal in May. The deadline for submissions is January 17, 2018. Visit the History Matters Website for more information and to access past issues.

(J) 12/7/2017 Archives Assistant Position at the U
The Migration and Social Services Collections (MSSC) in the Archives & Special Collections comprises four collaborating collecting areas. This position works with the two busiest of these: primarily (75%) the Immigration History Research Center Archives (IHRCA) and secondarily (25%) the Social Welfare History Archives (SWHA) in a wide variety of functions including community engagement, research services, and fulfillment and retrieval services for the two units. S/he/they also broadly participates with and is a key member of MSSC. To learn more about required qualifications and how to apply, see the Archives Assistant Position Posting.

(C) 12/1/2017 Gateway Call For Papers
The Washington University in St. Louis chapter of Phi Alpha Theta is delighted to announce a call for submissions to the Gateway History Journal, an academic journal of global history that seeks undergraduate papers of the highest caliber. They are looking for papers of 10-30 pages of length on any topic, region, or time period. Submissions are due by January 12, 2018. To find out more about submission guidelines, see the attached Gateway Call For Papers Flyer.  

(J) 12/1/2017 Editorial Assistant for South Asian anthropology, political science, religion, literature and history
A new campus job just posted for an Editorial Assistant, coordinating book reviews related to South Asian anthropology, political science, religion, literature and history.  Anthropology Professor Arjun Guneratne is the Book Review Editor for the South Asia region for the Journal of Asian Studies. He is hiring for this position starting Spring semester 2018. Students in their sophomore or junior year are preferred for this position and should be able to commit to at least two (and preferably three) successive semesters of work. Clerical duties include corresponding with reviewers, keeping google sheets of data updated, tracking reviews, and mailing books.  Research duties include identifying potential reviewers for books in the fields of South Asian anthropology, political science, religion, literature and history, and in consultation with the Editor, Professor Guneratne, selecting potential reviewers, and then securing their commitment to write the book review.  If interested, please apply online through Student Employment. The successful candidate will be employed in the Anthropology department, and the position is paid as Level 2, $9.75 per hour.

(C) 11/13/2017 Call for Papers- Logos: The Undergraduate Philosophy Journal at Cornell
The international undergraduate philosophy journal at Cornell University, Logos, is now accepting submissions for its Spring 2018 publication. Papers will be evaluated for publication on the basis of a blind peer review, and cash prizes in the sums of $300, $150, and $50 will be awarded to the authors of the first, second, and third place papers respectively.  Submissions are due January 1, 2018.  For more information about the journal and submission guidelines, see the Logos Website.  

(G) 11/1/2017 Applications are Open for The Institute for Critical Social Inquiry at the New School for Social Research

The 2018 Summer Seminars (June 10 – 16, 2018) are now open Advanced graduate students and faculty are eligible to apply. Applications are due December 15, 2017.ICSI offers advanced graduate students and faculty from around the world the opportunity to spend a week at the New School’s campus in Greenwich Village, working closely with some of the most distinguished thinkers shaping the course of contemporary social inquiry. To learn more about the seminars and to apply, see the ISCI Website.

(C) 11/1/2017 History Matters Undergraduate Journal Seeking Submissions
History Matters, Appalachian State University’s Undergraduate Journal of Historical Research, offers students who are interested in history the unique opportunity to be published while still completing their undergraduate degrees. Created by a history student who felt that he had no outlet to publish his research, History Matters is dedicated to recognizing top student work in all historic fields and familiarizing students with the publishing process. The deadline for submissions is January 17, 2018. For more information about the journal and submission guidelines,visit the History Matters Website.

(C) 11/1/2017 Call for Papers to the Tufts Hemispheres Undergraduate Journal of International Affairs
 Hemispheres Undergraduate Journal of International Affairs is a student-run academic journal that publishes outstanding research papers and photographs by undergraduates in the field of International Relations.  They are currently seeking submissions for the 41th edition on the theme of Dynamic Identities. Submissions are due by December 31st, 2017.  For more information about the journal and how to submit a paper see the Hemispheres Website

(C) 10/30/2017 Seeking entries to the 7th annual Sacknoff Prize
The peer-reviewed journal Quest: The History of Spaceflight is seeking student entries to its seventh annual Sacknoff Prize. Winners will receive $300, a trophy, be published in Quest, and be invited to present at the Society for the History of Technology (SHOT) Aerospace Special Interest Group (Albatross). Submissions are due by November 28, 2017.  Quest welcomes papers on any topic related to space history – from the social effects of spaceflight to the financial and economic aspects of the space industry and much more. Learn more and apply at the Quest’s Sacknoff Website.

(G) 10/30/2017 Apply for a MA in Heritage Studies and Public History at the University of Minnesota
The Masters in Heritage Studies and Public History (HSPH), a new professional program at the University of Minnesota that features a partnership with the Minnesota Historical Society.  HSPH students explore the publicly engaged and community-accountable practices of historical scholarship, whether it is based in archival research, archaeology, material culture studies, architecture, preservation, or landscape studies. The HSPH program offers specialized tracks in Archaeological Heritage, Public History, and Historic Preservation. To learn more about the program and to apply, visit the HSPH Website.  

(G) 10/30/2017 Apply for a MA in Renaissance & Medieval Studies at Columbia University
Traversing the artificial disciplinary and departmental barriers that too often subdivide this vibrant commingling, the Medieval and Renaissance Studies Program offers unique opportunities to consider the Middle Ages and the Renaissance as an integrated whole. For more information about the program and how to apply, see the Columbia MA in Renaissance and Medieval Website.

(E) 10/30/2017 First Thursday Student and Alumni Panel
On November 2nd there will be a First Thursday event.  Students and recent grads will participate in the panel. Here are the confirmed panelists​: Maggie Weber-History, Archives Internships​​, Sarah Kolenbrander- History, Museum Internships, Claire Grace- Creative Writing Submissions Manager, Intern at Entangled Publishing-YA and Adult Pubisher M.L. Kenney, English- Internships at National Endowment for Humanities & Breakthrough New York. To learn more see the First Thursday Flyer.

(E) 10/30/2017 Museum Studies Networking
Art History Department at St. Thomas and North Star Connect (Emerging Museum Professionals of the Twin Cities) are teaming up again this year for a museum networking night geared toward students at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Free networking with panelists from Mia, the Walker Art Center, Minnesota History Center, the Bakken, the American Museum of Asmat Art, and the Maplewood Historical Society. The event will take place November 9th at the Asmat Museum (University of St. Thomas) from 6-8pm.

(C) 10/30/2017 Columbia Journal of Literary Criticism – CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS
The Columbia Journal of Literary Criticism is seeking pitches and essays for its 2018 issue to be published in the spring. Writers should either be current undergraduates or recent graduates submitting undergraduate work. The forthcoming issue will explore the theme of ORGANS. We are looking forward to receiving pitches that explore ORGANS across its range of meanings and open up new possibilities. “We have been inventing new organs since the 15th century,” Paul Preciado writes. The organ invents the body as a system of parts, as an epistemic and physical disruption of the body’s unity, segmented along various axes: a gesture towards a material interior, the viscera, but also towards—encompassing the skin—its total divisibility, total partiality, and partial loss. To learn more about submission guidelines and see past issues, visit the CJLC Website.

(E) 10/20/2017 French Lecture Series with writer Jan J. Dominique
Jan J. Dominique is a Haitian writer and journalist. Born in Haiti, she has also lived in Quebec, during two different exiles: 1970-1979 and since 2003. In Haiti, she worked as a reporter for Radio Haiti Inter, the first Haitian radio to broadcast in Haitian Creole. She has written three novels, Memoir of an Amnesiac (1984, translated from the French in 2008), Inventer… La Célestine (2000), and L’Echo de leurs voix (2016, The Echo of Their Voices). She has also published short stories, published under the title Evasion (1996, 2005). Mémoire errante (2008) is an essay about memory and justice in Haiti. It was written in the wake of the 2000 assassination of her father Jean Dominique (a well-known Haitian agronomist and radio journalist).  Jan J. Dominique will talk about her trajectory as a writer in Haiti and Quebec, how both the history of her island and of her family, as well as her exile, have informed her writing. She will also read short excerpts from her works.  The reading/lecture will be in French with English translation. To learn more about the event, see the French Lecture Series Jan Dominique Flyer

(N) 10/20/2017 MacConnect Trips 2017/2018
Macalester College will offer ten Macalester junior/senior students the opportunity to explore careers and connections with Washington D.C. area alumni in January and March of 2018.  These trips are made possible through collaboration of Macalester Career Development Center (CDC), Alumni Relations, and Advancement Offices.  Each trip will offer 10-12 students the opportunity to explore careers and connects them to diverse professional environments.    Applications for all trips are due Monday, Oct. 30 at 4:30pmThe 2017/2018 trips include:

  • WASHINGTON, D.C.
    January 10-12, 2018
    Trip Focus: Advocacy, Social Services & Government
  • SAN FRANCISCO, CA
    Jan. 9-12, 2018
    Trip Focus: Science Research & National Research Labs
  • LOS ANGELES, CA
    March 14-17, 2018
    Trip Focus: Arts, Entertainment & Communications
  • SEATTLE, WA
    March 12-14, 2018
    Trip Focus: Tech & Start-ups

(G) 10/16/2017 Explore Kansas University’s Museum Studies Graduate Program
When considering where to apply to graduate school, consider applying to study Museum Studies at Kansas University.  Museum studies is a growing multidisciplinary field that combines intellectual challenges with opportunities to share scholarly research with the public. It attracts students from all backgrounds who have interests spanning the humanities, natural sciences, arts, and social sciences.  Museum Studies at KU is an affordable program designed to accommodate a wide range of student interests, strengths, and abilities. They work closely with each student to match their curiosity and talents with the needs and directions of the museum profession. To learn more about the program and how to apply, see the Museum Studies at KU Flyer.

(V) 10/12/2017 Volunteer to Tag and Transcribe ​Trans Oral History ​Interviews
The New York Public Library Community Public Oral History Project is looking for help in tagging and transcribing interviews.  In collaboration with the NYC Trans Oral History Project, they are working to collect, preserve, and share oral histories from the city’s transgender and gender non-conforming communities. If you are interested in helping with the project, email  NYCTransOralHistory@nypl.org

(C) 10/10/2017 Call for Submissions to Carleton’s Undergraduate Journal of Humanistic Studies
UJHS is a peer-reviewed academic journal that publishes student research in the humanities and social sciences, prioritizing perspectives that challenge, illuminate, and advance our understanding of the world we live in. Last issue marked our first expansion to include the work of St. Olaf and Macalester students, among other liberal arts colleges. The journal can be accessed online at the UJHS Main Website. And students can submit their work via the UJHS Submission Site.

(G) 10/10/2017 Wake Forest University – Social Studies Education Master’s Program
Wake Forest University holds a one-year program that offers both a master’s degree as well as teacher licensure. To learn more about the program and how to apply, see the Wake Forest Graduate Social Studies Education Fall 2017 Flyer

 

(I) 10/4/2017 Special Events Internship at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History- Spring 2018
Special Events at the Smithsonian are currently accepting internship applications for spring 2018. To apply, please submit a cover letter, resume, letter of recommendation, and unofficial transcript to NMAHSpecialEvents@si.edu. Start and end dates and full time or part time availability should be included as well. The application deadline is Sunday, October 15, 2017. For more information about the internship and the application process, see the Special Events Internship Smithsonian Flyer

(E) 10/4/2017 CDC Alumni Chats
The Career Development Center is hosting Alumni Chats on campus. These are posted in Handshake for students to view and sign up to attend. Look at the Upcoming Alumni Chat Flyer to learn more about the chats happening in the next few weeks.  If you are interested in attending an event, please email Annie Doman  at adoman@macalester.edu. 

(G) 10/4/2017 NYU Master’s in European and Mediterranean Studies – Call for applications
Applications for NYU’s MA in European and Mediterranean Studies Program are now available.  The degree can be completed in 12 months (2 semesters and a summer session) with joint degree options also available.  For more information about the program and how to apply, visit the NYU Graduate Studies Website.

(J) 9/21/2017 AP History Tutor Needed
A parent of a 10th grader is looking for a tutor on our campus 1 or 2 times a week (depending on your availability) for help with her AP History studies. Pay is negotiable, in the $25 to $35 range, depending on experience and skill. If you are interested contact Ayaan Barre at 612-388-0186.

(J) 9/19/17 Paid Mentoring Opportunities with History Day
There are now positions available for mentoring students with the History Day Program with the Minnesota Historical Society.  Students would aid metro area teachers in the delivery of History Day instruction and provide one on one support to middle and high school students.  To apply, use the History Day Mentor Form. For more information see the History Day Website.

(C) 9/12/2017 Journal of Undergraduate International Studies Fall 2017 Call for Submissions
The Journal of Undergraduate International Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison is currently accepting submissions for its Fall 2017 issue.  To find out more about submission guidelines and deadlines, visit the JUIS UWM Website

(C) 9/11/2017 76th Annual MPSA Conference Proposals Due
Plan now to present your research at the 76th annual Midwest Political Science Association conference, April 5-8, 2018 at the Palmer House Hilton in Chicago, IL USA.  Papers, roundtables, and complete panel proposals are due October 6, 2017. Visit the MPSA Conference Website to find out more and submit a proposal.  

(R) 9/11/2017 Applications Open for A Seminar at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
The Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum invites applications for the international seminar “A Research Introduction to Jewish Life and the Holocaust in the Soviet Union.” This seminar will be held January 8-12, 2018, at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, DC.  To apply, visit the Seminar’s Website. 

(I) Paid Summer Marketing Communication Internship at a large company in NYC. To learn more, see the internship posting here.

(E) 5/16/2017 Black Memory and Imagination: An Intergenerational Conversation
Thursday, May 25, 2017 at 7:00 p.m. at Intermedia Arts, 2822 Lyndale Avenue South, Minneapolis, MN 55408 To learn more, visit the web page here.

(I) 5/4/2017 Macalester Internship Office Postings

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(I) 4/26/2017 Macalester Internship Office Postings

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(E) APA Month Keynote Lecture: “From Myth to Mutiny”
As a part of Asian Pacific American (APA) Heritage Month, keynote speaker Professor Juliana Hu Pegues, in a lecture titled “From Myth to Mutiny: Dispelling the Model Minority in our History and Activism,” examines the rich history of Asian American activism, nationally and locally, to show that Asian Americans have repeatedly confronted the idea and privilege of the “model minority.” Ultimately, we hope this talk fosters bridges gaps and cultivates a vibrant Asian communities on campus, as we work toward understanding and solidarity across diverse Asian identities and experiences. The talk will be on Tuesday, April 25th from 7-9pm in JBD. For more information, see the “From Myth to Mutiny” flyer. 

(I) 4/23/2017 Macmillan Learning History Editorial Intern
Macmillan Learning is currently offering a PAID internship opportunity for the Summer 2017. Interns will be provided with the opportunity to participate in work related assignments, gain practical work experience, and network with employees from various departments. Overall, the intern will become familiar with the basic structure of a publishing house and the role of each department within. To find out more about the intern position, see the ML History Editorial Intern Job Posting.  

(E) 4/19/2017 The History of Asian Pacific American Activism at Macalester Gallery Reception
The opening reception of The History of Asian Pacific American Activism at Macalester will be held from 4:45 to 6 p.m., Wednesday, April 19, in Campus Center 216. Refreshments will be served. As a part of Asian Pacific American (APA) Heritage Month, Macalester APIAC presents an archival history of Asian student activism on Macalester’s campus. To find out more about the event see the History of Asian Pacific American Activism at Macalester Event Flyer.

(I) 4/19/2017 Internship at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History- Fall 2017
The Office of Special Events at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History is currently accepting internship applications for fall 2017 for their Special Events Intern position. To apply, please submit a cover letter, resume, letter of recommendation, and unofficial transcript to the . Start and end dates and full time or part time availability should be included as well. The application deadline is Saturday, July 1st. To find put more about the internship, see the Smithsonian Special Events Intern Flyer

(E) 4/18/2017 French Lecture Series — Taous Khazem 
Taous Khazem ’03 presents “In Algeria They Know My Name” on Sunday, April 23 at 4:30 PM in the Theatre Black Box.  This play is written and performed by Taous Khazem and directed by Zaraawar Mistry. In Algeria, they say you don’t marry one finger, you marry all ten. In this heartfelt and humorous one woman play, Minnesota-raised Taous Khazem travels to her father’s homeland to work as a theater artist, and unexpectedly falls in love with an Algerian clown. Caught in between traditions, religions and misconceptions, Taous struggles to find a sense of belonging in a foreign land, but ultimately discovers a fresh meaning of home, family, art and bicycle rides. For more information, see the flyer

(E) 4/7/2017 World Without Genocide Holocaust Commemoration Event
Talk, Standing Up to Tyranny: French Resistance During the Holocaust and its Message for Today.  Nelly Trocmé Hewett, Pastor Trocmé’s daughter, who was a teenager in Le Chambon during the war, will talk about this resistance and its message to stand up for refugees and other marginalized people today at a program on Friday, May 12 at St. Paul City Hall, Room 40, Lower Level, 15 West Kellogg Boulevard, St. Paul, from noon-2:00 pm. The event is free and open to the public.  For more information, see the WWG Holocaust Commemoration Event Flyer. 

(I) 4/7/2017 Macalester Internship Office Postings

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(G) 4/3/2017 Masters Degree in Computational Social Science at UChicago

The University of Chicago is pioneering a new MA program, with significant resources and merit scholarships. Computational Social Science is an emergent approach in which students apply the latest innovations in computer science and statistics to complex social questions. Working with very big data, on a scale that far exceeds earlier research, computational researchers are devising innovative formal, statistical, and computational models to make important contributions across the social sciences. The deadline is April 30th.  To learn more about the program and find a link to apply, see the UChicago Computational Social Science Website. 

(I) 3/30/2017 Macalester Internship Office Postings

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(I) 3/21/17 Macalester Internship Office Postings

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(I) 3/21/17 GESI at Northwestern Internships
The Global Engagement Studies Institute (GESI) at Northwestern University is offering placements in international internships with community-based organizations in Africa, Latin America, and India for summer and fall 2017. The deadline for summer is March 1st, but applications are reviewed until sites fill. The deadline for the fall program is April 1st. For more information and to apply, please see the GESI website. 

(J) 3/21/17 American Girl Researcher 
American Girl in Madison, WI is looking for a researcher to ensure the accuracy and authenticity of American Girl characters. Qualifications include a Bachelor’s degree and research experience. For more information, see the job posting. 

(I) 3/8/17 City of Hugo History Intern
The City of Hugo in Minnesota is looking for an undergraduate student to work as the Historical Commission Intern.  This internship will be paid.  Application deadline is April 14, 2017.  For more information, see the City of Hugo History Intern Flyer.

(E) 3/7/2017 Marisol de la Cadena Lecture
Marisol de la Cadena will speak at the 2nd annual David W. McCurdy Distinguished Anthropology Lecture.  The title of her lecture is “Uncommoning Nature.” The lecture will be held on Thursday, March 23 at 4:45pm in JBD Lecture Hall, with reception following in Weyerhaeuser Board Room. For more information, see the Uncommoning Nature flyer. 

(I) 3/6/2017 Macalester Internship Office Postings

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(F) 3/1/2017 MNHS Fellowship Opportunity for Undergraduates
The Minnesota Historical Society is now accepting application submissions to the Inclusion and Community Engagement Fellows Program (INCE). INCE encourages undergraduate students in the Twin Cities from diverse communities to explore the challenges within museums, historical organizations, and cultural institutions related to inclusion, representation, narrative, and the workforce. The priority application deadline is March 24, 2017. See the attached MNHS Fellowship Flyer for more information and a link to the application.

(I) 2/28/2017 Macalester Internship Office Postings

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(E) 2/27/2017 Consulting Case Competition
Macalester Consulting Group (MCG) is hosting the first case competition of the semester on Tuesday, February 28th, from 8 – 9 pm in CARN 005. They are going to host a fun news jeopardy game and solve an intriguing case. Come if you enjoy jeopardy, cracking interesting business problems or if you want to know what being a consultant is all about. They will have delicious cake and pizza to supplement our fun case. People of all academic backgrounds are welcome. To register, fill out the Consulting Case Competition Form.  

(E) 2/24/2017  BALKAN-MANIA
The Europa Club will be hosting an event involving the screening of “The Fog of Srebrenica”, a short documentary on the consequences of the Bosnian genocide from the breakup of Yugoslavia. The event will take place this coming Wednesday on the 1st of March (Bosnia and Herzegovina’s Independence Day) in Weyerhaeuser from 5pm to 7pm. Following the documentary, the participants will be invited to take part in an informal discussion while enjoying gyros, spanakorizo and Balkan music.

(I) 2/16/2017 Macalester Internship Office Postings

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(G) 2/20/2017 Masters in Heritage Studies and Public History at the U of M
This graduate program is a new partnership between the University of Minnesota and the Minnesota Historical Society. It provides heritage and public history professionals with a broad disciplinary perspective, increasing their resource base and network of expertise. Students take advantage of the deep scholarly expertise in these fields at the University of Minnesota, as well as the Minnesota Historical Society’s extensive resources and expertise, to offer unparalleled training in the theory and methods of heritage and public history studies at the graduate level. For more information about the program and how to apply, see the Heritage Studies and Public History Website.  

(E) 2/20/2017 Preventing Cultural Genocide Event
World Without Genocide will host a talk about the role of the International Criminal Court in protecting cultures and prosecuting perpetrators of genocide, war crimes, and crimes against humanity. This program will be held on Wednesday, March 22 at Mitchell Hamline School of Law. For more information about the talk see the Preventing Cultural Genocide Talk Flyer.

(F) 2/16/2017 American Indian Museum Fellowship
The Minnesota Historical Society’s Department for Diversity and Inclusion holds the American Indian Museum Fellowship (AIMF). AIMF is designed to educate American Indian undergraduates about professional opportunities within the museum fields and encourages undergraduates from diverse communities to explore the challenges within museums, historical organizations, and cultural institutions related to inclusion, representation, narrative, and the workforce. See more information in the American Indian Museum Fellowship Flyer.  

(I) 2/16/2017 Macalester Internship Office Postings

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(I) 2/14/2017 MAC Nest
MacNest is a summer internship program where students receive funding for unpaid internships with Twin Cities startups. Participants will also live in a community with other MacNest student interns in the Summit House (housing is provided). MacNest student interns will receive grants of $4,500 for full-time, unpaid internships with the expectation they will work 35-40 hours a week over a ten week period. The program runs from Tuesday, May 30 – Friday, August 4th. Application deadline is March 20th at 11:59.  To find out more, see the MAC Nest Flyer.

(I) 2/14/2017 Macalester Internship Office Postings

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  • Manpower Demonstration Research Corporation
    Summer Intern 2017– PAID, Applications due March 18, 2017

(E) 2/14/2017 Givens Collection Open House
An open house celebrating African American literature and authors, at the Givens Collection of African American Literature in the University of Minnesota’s Elmer L. Anderson Library on Sunday, February 19, 2:00-4:00pm. See the full notice here.

(C) 2/13/2017  West Point Historical Review Call for Papers
The West Point Undergraduate Historical Review is inviting all undergraduate students to submit their historical papers United States Military Academy’s historical journal. Deadline to submit is April 7, 2017.  To find out more see the USMA Journal Call for Papers Flyer.

(R) 2/10/2017  Invitation for Students to Speak at Macalester College Colloquium
MacSUPER will be hosting a campus-wide colloquium Friday, March 24th, aimed to complicate US American perspectives on Palestine and Palestinians. They will have professors and speakers traveling from across the nation presenting their scholarship to offer critical engagement with this topic. They have additionally opened our colloquium to include 4 student speakers. Their hope is for you to act as a potential liaison and pass this message along to your students and to other faculty who might urge their students to submit work. If selected, the student will be given the opportunity to present their work at our colloquium on a student panel. The student(s) will be responsible for transportation, but will be invited to the opening and closing dinners.  They are currently accepting student abstracts (maximum of 500 characters) until Feb 24th at 12:00PM CST. Students can submit their work via this form: https://goo.gl/forms/3RM8Cq9eZGNK64Tn1

(I) 2/10/2017 Macalester Internship Office Postings

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(E) 2/9/2017 Lectures Coordination Board Presents: Nikki Giovanni
The Lectures Coordination Board of MCSG is excited to announce the 2017 spring speaker event: Nikki Giovannion Thursday, February 23, 2017 from at 7:00 pm in the Kagin Ballroom.  Nikki Giovanni is a world-renowned poet, writer, commentator, activist, and educator. Over the past 30 years, her outspokenness, in her writing and lectures, has brought the eyes of the world upon her. One of the most widely-read American poets, she prides herself on being “Black American, a daughter, a mother, a professor of English.”  Tickets are free with a Macalester ID beginning February 6, 2017 at the Information Desk in the Campus Center.  For more info, see the Nikki Giovanni Lecture Flyer.

(E)  2/9/2017 Islamophobia and the Challenge to Civic Life in America
The Islamophobia and the Challenge to Civic Life in America panel discussion will take place on Thurs, Feb 16, 6:30-9:00 pm in Weyerhaeuser Boardroom.  The reception will begin at 6:30 pm.  Panelist remarks by Prof. Samman, Prof. Samatar, and Jacob Bessen (Religious Studies and International Studies) ’17 will begin at 7 pm. Discussion to follow.  For more information about the event, see the Islamophobia Event Flyer.

(I) 2/7/2017 Macalester Internship Office Postings

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(I) 2/6/2017 American Enterprise Institute 2017 Summer Honors Program
AEI’s Summer Honors Program is a fully funded educational and career development opportunity for undergraduate students interested in public policy and politics. Each year, they bring together top students from around the country to discuss policy topics in small seminars, join daily lunches with policymakers and business leaders, and advance their careers through high-level networking opportunities. The program gives students an unparalleled opportunity to spend one week immersing themselves in a particular public policy issue with leading scholars and practitioners in their fields. Instructors this year include AEI scholars Charles Murray, Fred Kagan, John Yoo and Michael Strain teaching about everything from democratic capitalism, to the Constitution, to the Middle East, and more. More information and the application can be found at the AEI Summer Honors Program Website.  The application deadline is March 15, 2017.

(E) 2/2/2017 Black History Month Events
The Black History Month (BHM) Committee has been hard at work planning events for Black History Month 2017 at Macalester.  To find out about all the events, see the Black History Month Calendar.  

(F) 2/2/2017 William Randolph Hearst Fellowships for Summer 2017
The Mount Vernon Hotel Museum and Garden is pleased to announce two William Randolph Hearst Fellowships for Summer 2017, for undergraduate or graduate students interested in American Studies, U.S. History, Museum Studies, or Education.  The Hearst Fellows will conduct original research about NY history, work as interpreters, and assist with summer children’s programs.  For more information, see the William Hearst Fellowship Flyer.  

(V) 2/2/2017 Volunteer at the American Swedish Institute
The American Swedish Institute is hosting a series of informational meetings for prospective volunteers from February through April.  For more information see the ASI Volunteer Flyer.  

(I) 2/1/2017 Macalester Internship Office Postings

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(E) 1/26/2017 Givens Collection Open House at the University of Minnesota
The U of M Library is hosting an open house celebrating African American literature and authors at the Givens Collection of African American Literature on Sunday, February 19 from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m., with brief remarks at 2:30 p.m.The location will be the Givens Suite, 120 Elmer L. Andersen Library University of Minnesota, 222 21st Ave. S., Minneapolis, MN To register visit the Givens Collection Registration Link.

(I) 1/24/2017 Macalester Internship Office Postings

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(R) 1/23/2017 Archaeology Field School Opportunity in Bermuda, Summer 2017
Smiths Island Archaeology Field School will be training students in excavation and research methods and prepared them for graduate study in the Bermuda Archives, tours of local sites and even an experimental archeology practicum.  Students will learn about Bermuda’s extensive history, ethnogenesis, and the process of Americanization. To apply or find out more, see the Smith Island Field School Flyer.  

(G) 1/20/2017 Graduate Certificate in Museum Studies at the University of St. Thomas
 The University of St. Thomas is now offering a new Graduate Certificate in Museum Studies, available  through the Department of Art History  The goal of the Certificate is to provide students with opportunities to establish or retool their skill sets in order to gain the competitive edge when entering museum/non-profit careers, broadly defined. The Certificate can be completed individually or jointly with our MA program in Art History.  To find out more visit the St. Thomas Museum Studies Graduate Certificate Website.

(C) 1/20/2017 Journal of Undergraduate International Studies Spring 2017 Call for Papers
The Journal of Undergraduate International Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison is currently accepting submissions for its Spring 2017 issue.  The Journal seeks to publish the world’s premier undergraduate work related to international themes and topics including, but not limited to: international conflict and conflict resolution, human rights, environmental issues, history, culture, comparative politics, economics, development and trade, global security, and international health. To find out more or submit a paper, see the JUIS Website.  

(I) 1/20/2017 Macalester Internship Office Postings

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(G) 1/20/2017 Columbia University’s European Institute MA program in Modern European History
Columbia’s M.A. program in Modern European Studies is now accepting applications for the 2017-2018 academic year.  Application deadline is Jan. 17, 2017 for early admission, March 15, 2017 for regular admission. To find out more about the program, see the Columbia MA Modern European Studies Flyer.

(I) 12/20/2016 Macalester Internship Office Postings

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(C) 12/12/2016 Spring 2017 Chicago Journal of History Call for Submissions
The Chicago Journal of History, the University of Chicago’s undergraduate journal for research in history and the social sciences, is accepting submissions for the upcoming Spring 2017 Edition.  Open to young scholars from top research universities in both the United States and the international community, the Chicago Journal of History is publishing its Spring Edition of the 2016-2017 academic year.  Papers should be submitted to the  as an MS Word or PDF attachment (document title: “Last name + paper title”) by Friday February 15th, 2016. Please be sure to format citations in the Chicago style and include a works cited page.

(J) 12/12/2016 Edina Historical Society Job Openings
The Edina Historical Society is seeking two contract Curatorial Assistants to do an inventory of our permanent collection which consists of approximately 15,000 artifacts. This is a great opportunity for recent graduates and Graduate students. The positions are contract based for one year.  For more information about the duties of the jobs and how to apply, see the Edina Historical Society Job Description Flyer.  

(C) 12/6/2016 Call for Paper Submissions to the Tufts Historical Review
The Tufts Historical Review is an academic journal of global history that seeks both undergraduate and graduate papers of the highest caliber. This year, the journal will be centered around the theme of Legends. Submissions are due by 31 January 2017.  For more information see the Tufts Historical Review Submissions Guidelines Flyer.

(G) 12/6/2016 MA/PHD Programs at in Comparative History at Central European University
Students applying by February 1, 2017, will be considered for generous scholarships and tuition awards.  Students interested in pursuing an MA program or a PhD program in Comparative History at Central European University should apply.  Find more information about the application process and the program itself at the Comparative History Graduate Programs at CEU Website

(G) 12/6/2016 Collaborative MA Program in Asia-Pacific Studies at the University of Toronto
Housed within the Asian Institute at the Munk School of Global Affairs in Canada’s premier research university, the Collaborative Master’s Program in Asia-Pacific Studies (MAPS) provides an interdisciplinary scholarly approach to the region and facilitates learning and intellectual exchange within a small group setting. Students are provided with advanced training in traditional disciplines as well as interdisciplinary expertise in historical and social science studies, laying the groundwork for doctoral study or global careers in government, business, or NGOs. Apply by February 1 for the September 2017 program.  To find out more about the program and how to apply visit the MA in Asia-Pacific at U of Toronto Website.

(C) 12/6/2016 Call for Submissions in the Columbia Journal of Literary Criticism
Founded in 2002, CJLC acts as an interdisciplinary forum centered around literature, culture, and politics. The journal is published once a year and includes articles, reviews, interviews, and original artwork.The forthcoming issue will explore the theme of CONSUMPTION.  To find out more about how to submit pieces or look at previous publications, see the CJLC Website.

(I) 12/6/2016 Macalester Internship Office Postings

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(C) 11/30/2016 Gateway History Journal of Washington University in St. Louis Call for Papers
Gateway History Journal, an academic journal of global history that seeks undergraduate papers of the highest caliber would like to invite all students in the history program to submit essays.  They are looking for papers of 10-30 pages of length on any topic, region, or time period. Submissions are due by 13 January 2017. For more information about submissions see the Gateway CFP Flyer.

(C) 11/29/2016 Tufts Hemispheres Call for Papers
The Tufts University Journal of International Affairs is calling for all papers related to the theme “Global Commons.” The deadline to submit is January 26, 2017.  For more information contact:

(I) 11/22/2016 Macalester Internship Office Postings

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(I) 11/16/2016 Macalester Internship Office Postings

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(E) 11/10/2016  Chinese Music Concert November 12
 Chinese Music Concert to be held on Saturday, November 12.  Chinese Music Ensemble at Macalester, which consists of 8 to10 active student members.  Yue-Him of the History Department serves as  faculty advisor to this group.  The concert is at 1 pm, Saturday, Nov. 12 in the Chapel.  For more information see the Chinese Music Concert Flyer.

(G) 11/10/2016 Museum Studies Grad Program at University of Kansas
At the University of Kansas, Museum Studies is a rigorous academic discipline that prepares students to become leaders in this rapidly changing field. Students have opportunities to gain real-world experience in our highly regarded on-campus museums. Museum Studies at KU is an affordable program designed to draw upon a wide range of student interests and abilities.  Find out more about the program in the KU Museum Studies Program Flyer.  

(E) 11/4/2016 World Without Genocide Talk, December 6th
World Without Genocide will host a talk by Scott Straus, Ph.D., internationally-known genocide prevention expert, on Tuesday, December 6, from 7:00-9:00 pm at Mitchell Hamline School of Law, St. Paul. For information about the speakers and tickets see the WWG Prevention Talk Flier.

(L) 10/31/2016 MacConnect In San Francisco and Washington DC 2017
Macalester College offers sophomore/junior/senior students the opportunity to explore careers and connections with alumni in select cities via the MacConnect Program. Trips are made possible through collaboration of Macalester Career Development Center (CDC), Alumni Relations, and Advancement Offices.  Students from all majors and disciplines are encouraged to apply. This trip benefits Macalester as it offers a collaborative opportunity for alumni to share their expertise with current students, and students to serve as ambassadors of the College. Applications are now open. Deadline to apply for either trip is November 11, 4:30 pm. For more information about the San Francisco trip see the SF MacConnect Flyer and for more information about the DC trip, see the DC MacConnect Flyer.

(G) 10/29/2017 Oral History MA Program at Columbia University
Columbia University is now opening its applications for its Oral History MA Program as well as corresponding fellowships and scholarships. Applications for Fall 2017 will be reviewed on a rolling basis starting on November 15, 2016 through June 1, 2017. The priority deadline is March 1, 2017. For more information, see the Columbia University Oral History Website.

(I) 10/26/2016 Macalester Internship Office Postings
The Macalester Internship Office has recently shared these opportunities:
Intergovernmental Relations Internship at Mayor Coleman’s Office– Spring 2017, Paid. Applications Due November 4th
Marketing Research Intern at Minnesota’s Brownfields– Spring 2017.  Applications Due December 9th
Teaching Internship at Northfield Mount Hermon– Summer 2017.  Applications Due February 2, 2017

(I) 10/25/2016 World Without Genocide Internship
World Without Genocide has an internship available for the spring 2017 semester. The description and application deadline can be found in the attached WWW Advocacy and Outreach Intern Flyer

(I) 10/25/2016 Intern with Senator Amy Klobuchar
The Washington and Minneapolis offices of Senator Amy Klobuchar are currently accepting internship applications for the 2017 spring session. An internship with the Senator’s office is a terrific chance for students to gain first-hand experience with both the legislative process and constituent services in the United States Senate.  For more information about the internship, visit Senator Klobuchar’s Internship Website.

(E) 10/25/2016 Student Research Symposium at the Museum of Russian Art
The Museum of Russian Art are having a Call for Participants for the Interdisciplinary Student Research Symposium. This will take place at the Museum of Russian Art in February 2017.  The symposium will center around research that is connected to Russian culture broadly defined.  Students who would like to find out more can see the MRA Symposium Flyer and e-mail the coordinator at at  

(E) 10/25/2016 Carney, Sandoe & Associates Visiting Macalester
There will be an on-campus informational session on Wednesday, November 2 at 5:00 p.m. (in Campus Center Room 215) with informational interviews on November 3 (in the Career Center). Carney, Sandoe & Associates is an educational recruitment firm that places teachers and administrators in private, independent, and like-kind (charter, magnet, pilot and merit) schools across the nation and internationally.If students would like to apply for an interview, they should attend the info session.

(I) 10/19/2016 Minnesota Historical Society Internships
The Minnesota Historical Society has recently posted many relevant internships!  The deadline for upcoming spring internships is October 31.  All the internship postings can be found at the Minnesota Historical Society Internship Website.

(G) 10/19/2016 Dual MA/MSc Program at Columbia University & the London School of Economics
Earn a MA degree in International and World History at Columbia University and the London School of Economics after graduating Macalester! For more information about applying and the program itself see the MA Program at Columbia and LSE Flyer.

(C) 10/13/2016 Call for Papers for Carleton’s Undergraduate Journal of Humanistic Studies
UJHS is a peer-reviewed academic journal that publishes student research in the humanities and social sciences. In past issues, they’ve published works that tackle topics from the student loan market for Muslim-Americans to orientalism in Curious George, tiny homes, and the racialization of poverty.  They are now looking to expand the journal to include the work of Macalester students. To learn more and submit papers see the UJHS Website.

(E) 10/13/2016 Immigration History Research Center Event
The Immigration History Research Center (IHRC) at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, is hosting a special keynote talk by Professor Emeritus Albert Camarillo (History, Stanford University). Professor Camarillo is an expert on Chicano and Mexican American history. He is coming to the Minneapolis to discuss his current research on American urban history that compares the experiences of European and Asian immigrants, African Americans, and Mexican Americans from 1850-1950. This event will be held on Thursday, October 27, 2016 at 6PM in the Elmer L Andersen Library on the UMN West Bank campus. See the IHRC Talk Flyer for more information.

(F) 10/13/2016 Public Policy and International Affairs (PPIA) Fellowship Program at U of M
Humphrey School of Public Affairs Junior Summer Institute (JSI) at the University of Minnesota is a fully-funded, seven-week academic and experiential learning program open to U.S. students who are entering their senior year of undergraduate study. It is part of the national Public Policy and International Affairs (PPIA) Fellowship Program, which is committed to promoting the inclusion of underrepresented groups in master’s degree programs and careers in public service. Applications are due November 1st.  Learn more and apply at the PPIA Junior Summer Institute Website. 

(F) 10/13/2016 The Horizons Fellowship
The Horizons Fellowship supports 10 outstanding university students in their pursuit to become leaders in technology. The program provides immersive software engineering and web/mobile development courses geared towards high-achieving college students. No computer science background needed and we invite liberal arts students to apply! Our curriculum, developed by ex-Salesforce, Optimizely, and D.E. Shaw engineers, is designed to teach students how to build web, mobile (iOS and Android) and desktop applications. We have a 4-month spring program and a 3-month summer program in San Francisco, Boston, and Philadelphia. To apply and find out more see The Horizons Fellowship Website.

(E) 10/10/2016 Teach For America Info Session
Interested in teaching after graduation? Check out Teach for America! Teach for America is a national nonprofit organization dedicated to eliminating educational inequity by filling teaching vacancies in low-income schools across the country with recent college graduates. Come learn more about the organization this Thursday (October 13th) from 11:30-12:30pm in CC 215! (Free cookies and lemonade will be provided). Find out more: Teach for American Info Session Flyer

(E) 10/10/2016 Germany’s Two Genocides: From the Herero to the Holocaust
World Without Genocide is hosting an event on Tuesday, November 1 at the Mitchell Hamline School of Law, about the genocide of the Herero and the Holocaust. For more information, see the WWG Herero to Holocaust Talk Flyer.

(I) 10/10/2016 Penumbra Theater Intern
The Penumbra Theater is seeking an intern to assist in their Oral History Project.  For more information, see the Penumbra Theater Intern Flyer

(G) 10/10/2016 Master’s Degree in Education at Wake Forest University
Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, North Carolina is now offering a one-year program that offers both a master’s degree as well as teacher licensure.  For more information see the Department Chair Description of the Program as well as the WFU MA in Education Flyer.

(E) 10/10/2016 North Star Connect: Museum Studies Networking at St. Thomas
There will be a speed networking event with a panel of established museum professionals coming up at the University of St. Thomas the evening of October 27th.  This event will be free and geared toward students. Event will start at 6 PM and be located in the Anderson Student Center: 2115 Summit Avenue, Saint Paul, MN 55105.

(E) 10/4/2016 Erik Lyle Talk
Curator an editor of Streetopia will be giving a talk at Macalester on Thursday, October 13 at 5:00 – 6:30pm in Neill 401.

(G) 9/23/2016 MA Program in European and Mediterranean Studies at NYU
Applications for Fall 2017 are being accepted and reviewed on a rolling basis. Tuition scholarships will also be offered to candidates accepted to the MA program. It is recommended to apply as soon as possible, as funds are limited.In addition to courses offered by the CEMS Department, graduate students may take classes with a European/Mediterranean focus offered by other departments—including, but not limited to, history, politics, anthropology, cinema studies, French studies, Italian studies, Irish studies, and many other disciplines.  Students may also take courses at other NYU schools—such as the School of Law or Graduate School of Public Service—as well as at Columbia University, through a special Consortium agreement existing between the two institutions. For more information like how to apply, see the MA in European and Mediterranean Studies NYU Flyer.

(I) 9/21/2016 Macalester Internship Office Postings
The Macalester Internship Office has recently shared these opportunities:
D. E. Shaw & Co.,

Minnesota Department of Human Services

(E) 9/21/2016 Karin Velez at the Honors Lecture Series at the University of Minnesota 
Professor Karin Velez will be presenting at the University of Minnesota’s Honors Lecture Series, “Six Women, Six Topics, Six Perspectives” on Monday, September 26, at 7 pm, in the Ted Mann Concert Hall (West Bank). Her talk will be “Well-Behaved Women (and Animals) Seldom Make History: Questioning Behavior Standards in the History of Religion.” Tickets are $7 for non-UMN students, but come talk to Herta in the History Department for help with tickets. For the full lineup at the series, the the Honors Lecture Series Flyer.

(C) 9/12/2016 Journal of Undergraduate International Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison Call for Papers
The Journal is currently accepting submissions for its Fall 2016 issue. It seeks to publish the world’s premier undergraduate work related to international themes. Submissions generally range in length from 5 to 20 pages, but may be longer. Submissions must not have been published in any other publication. Current undergraduates and recent graduates (one semester out or less) are eligible to submit their work. To submit your work, email it as an attachment to . Submissions must be received by Sunday October 9th, 2016 at 11:59 pm CST.

(F) 8/31/2016 The Archaeological Institute of America Funding Opportunities
The Archaeological Institute of America offers a range of funding opportunities, including fellowships, publication grants, scholarships and travel grants—plus the Site Preservation grants and awards, and the Cotsen Excavation Grants.  Further information can be found on the AIA’s website at http://www.archaeological.org/grants.  Fall deadlines coming up for many of the programs. See their fellowship flier here. And see their grant flier here.

(I) 8/25/2016 Macalester Internship Office Postings
The Macalester Internship Office has recently shared these opportunities:
Mid-Continent Oceanographic Institute Editorial Intern Fall 2016- Applications Due September 30th

Minnesota’s Children Museum:

Exhibits Development Group:

(I) 8/15/2016 WWG Fall Internship Opportunities
World Without Genocide has internship opportunities for this fall

  • Advocacy and Program Intern- (Fall 2016)- Work in the WWG headquarters to provide organizational and administrative support for advocacy initiatives and programming and generate community-based support for city, state, and national action. Applications due August, 2016. For more info: WWG A&P Intern Flier
  • Program and Operations Institute Intern- (Fall 2016) Student will participate in critical thinking and reflection activities, learn from experts and survivors, and build the skills to become a human rights leader.  For more info: WWG Institute Intern Flier

(F) 7/11/2016
American Public Media Group “Historically Black” Fellowship
This project is for an enterprising person with a passion for African American history and audio storytelling. APM Reports and The Washington Post are partnering to create a signature new podcast and related web materials to mark the opening of the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of African American History and Culture. This fellowship position will assist with the production of the podcast and related media. More information here.

(I) 7/11/2016 Edina Historical Society Internships
The Edina Historical Society has opportunities for college students and recent grads looking to gain hands on experience in the museum field. Hours are flexible and can be completed for school credit. Positions are unpaid. See the Internship announcement here.

(C) 5/5/2016 Chicago Journal of History, the University of Chicago’s undergraduate journal for historical research, is accepting submissions for the upcoming Autumn 2016 Edition.
There are no particular thematic restrictions. Most successful submissions range from 15 to 30 pages. Papers written for lectures and seminars, works produced in independent research, as well as B.A. theses are welcomed. Papers should be submitted to ughistoryjournal@gmail.com as an MS Word or PDF attachment (document title: “Last name + paper title”) by Friday September 9th, 2016. Please be sure to format citations in the Chicago style and include a works cited page. For more information about the journal and to read our previous issues, please visit the website cjh.uchicago.edu.

(C) 4/29/2016 2016 Mentoring Conference: Call For Proposals
UNM Mentoring Institute invites  faculty, staff and students of higher education, researchers, K-12 educators, community leaders, administrators, non-profit partners, government agencies, and other professionals to send in  proposals that are informative and relevant to the field of developmental relationships, supported by theory and research. The term developmental relationship includes, but is not limited to mentoring, coaching, networking, and sponsorship relationships. For important dates and deadlines check out their website: UNM Mentoring Conference Website

(I) 4/29/2016  Macalester Internship Office Postings
The Macalester Internship Office has recently shared these opportunities:
Strategic Campaign Research Internship w/ The NewsGuild of Communication Workers of America- Paid, Starting May 11, 2016. Applications due May 6, 2016.  For more information, see the CWA NG Campaign Research Intern Flyer
Summer Analyst Intern with Alpha Sights (San Francisco)- Summer 2016, Applications due May 30.  For more information see the: Summer Analyst Alpha Sights Intern

(J) 4/28/2016 New Philanthropy, Foundations, and Nonprofit Jobs Listen in MC2
MC2 Job number after job title

  • The Center For Effective Philanthropy – Cambridge, MA & San FranciscoCoordinator, Programming & External Relations 24700834
    Analyst–YouthTruth 24700861
    Analytics Engineer 24700839
  • National Science Foundation
    Statistician 24700907
  • MN Council of Nonprofits – Twin Cities, Multiple Locations
    18 positions!!!! FT/Paid, with placement in nonprofits many supporting ethnic and community building nonprofits.  Search MN Council for Nonprofits on MC2.
    Examples:
    Nonprofit Engagement Specialist – Nonprofits Assistance Fund 24700671
    Program Associate For Lao Assistance Center of MN – Minneapolis  24700667
    Evaluation & Communications Specialist – Dream of WIld Health 24700666
    Program, Development Coordinator at LegalCORPS – Entrepreneurs of Color 24700673
  • The Carnegie Foundation For The Advancement of Teaching
    Post Baccalaureate Fellows 2400835
  • Habitat For Humanity
    Multiple Postings / Multiple locations
    CS/UX and other disciplines
  • The Jay and Rose Phillips Family Foundation – Minneapolis
    Educational Innovation Coordinator 2400642
    Youth Vocational Center Coordinator 24700643
  • Mid-Continent Oceanographic Institute – St. Paul
    Community Outreach 24700903

(C) 4/27/2016 European Studies Undergraduate Paper Prize
The European Studies Undergraduate Paper Prize is designed to encourage interest in the field of European Studies by rewarding talented undergraduates who have conducted original research in the field. Each prize winner will receive a check for $500, along with public recognition in the European Studies Newsletter and on the Council’s social media sites. In addition, those prize winners who are interested in attending the CES conference may request one conference registration waiver for any conference in the three years following their award.  Nominations are due (along with all supporting materials) on or before May 30, 2016. See the ESU Paper Prize Flyer for more information

(E) 4/22/2016 Crossing Borders Event
Crossing Borders Activists in collaboration with Amnesty International Student Organization is holding a panel discussion highlighting “Policy Implications of the refugee crisis in Europe and the U.S.” Join in for a rich discussion, learning, and sharing knowledge with professors, researchers and community members. The program includes a panel of expert who will discuss various topics on the refugee experience and the legal aspects relating to their journey and challenges in seeking asylum.  See the Crossing Borders Flyer for more information.

(E) 4/20/2016 Asian Americans: Inclusion and Exclusion Talk

11:00 AM  – 12:30 PM, Tuesday Apr 26, 2016, Harmon Room, DeWitt Wallace Library
Join APIAC for a lecture and Q&A with nationally-renowned Historian Erika Lee on how Asian Americans have gone from being the despised “Yellow Peril” to the praised “Model Minority,” and how their stories reveal the complexity of race in the US. Co-sponsored by History. Light lunch will be provided. See the poster here.

(J) 4/15/2016 New Publishing Jobs Posted to the CDC Website
Interested in working in the Publishing and/or Communications field?  The CDC has recently posted several various publishing and communications job listings both locally and in New York City with titles ranging from Copy Assistant to Evaluation & Communications Specialist.  For more information about the jobs and how to apply, see the MC2 website.

(I) 4/13/2016 West Academic Publishing Internship
West Academic is offering paid internship opportunities in our publishing group starting immediately through the end of Summer.  Applications are due May 17th.  For more information see the WAP Summer Intern Flier.

(I) 4/11/2016 Medical History Collections Internship
The Hennepin Medical History Center is seeking a self­directed, motivated, organized, and hardworking individual who can assist the organization in its work this summer Applications due May 1st. See the HMHC History Collections Intern Flier.

(E) 4/6/2019 22nd Annual Russian, Eastern European, and Central Asian Conference
Macalester’s Russian Studies Department is hosting their annual conference with the following events:Thursday April 14th- Talk by Kevin Rothrock, editor @RuNetEcho, co-manager @RuNetMemes. For more information: Trolling to Success Talk Flier
Friday April 15th- Talk by Emily Baran ’03, Russian & East European History Professor, Middle Tennessee State University. For more information: Soviet Power & Christian Dissent Talk Flier
Saturday April 16th- Undergraduate Paper Competition.  For more information: Paper Competition Flier

(I) 4/5/2016  Macalester Internship Office Postings
The Macalester Internship Office has recently shared these opportunities:National Park Service Museum Aide Intern: Paid internship in West Virginia. Applications due April 14th. See NPS Museum Intern Flier  for more details on how to apply.
Exhibit Development Group Project Management Intern: Starts June 1st in St. Paul. Applications due May 15th. See EDP Project Management Intern Flier for more information.

(I) 4/4/2016 Macalester Internship Office Postings
The Macalester Internship Office has recently shared these opportunities:
User Assistance / Technical Writing Summer Intern- May- August 2016, See UATW Summer Intern Flier for more information.

(E) 4/4/2016  Fourth Critical Theory Annual Symposium
On Wednesday, April 27 from 5:00 -7:00/8:30, in the Weyerhaeuser Boardroom the Fourth Critical Theory Annual Symposium will be taking place.  The topic this year is Orientalism, Postcolonialism, Globalization, and our three speakers are widely esteemed scholars and Macalester cherished teachers and colleagues: David Blaney (Political Science), Julia Chadaga (Russian Studies), and Khaldoun Samman (Sociology). See the CT Annual Symposium Flier for more details.

(E) 3/28/2016 Conferencia Alianza Latinx
April 16th Adelante! Macalester’s Latin@ organization, is organizing a conference to strengthen the Latinx community by providing opportunities, developing cultural awareness, and addressing socio-political issues. Please RSVP through this link: http://goo.gl/forms/gVTXvZBZbj.  More information found on the Latinx Conference Flier

(I) 3/28/2016 Mt. Olympus Collective Intern Summer 2016
Paid internship with Zeus Jones, acting as an outside source of perspectives and experiences with a business working to modernize other businesses.  Applications are due April 9th.  For more information about dates and how to apply, see the Mt. Olympus Intern 2016 Flier

(E) 3/25/2016
The Department of Art & Art History is sponsoring an event that will bring Somali elders to campus to teach loomless weaving. See the flyer here.

(I) 3/22/2016 ACTC Museum Fellows Program
The “ACTC Museum Fellows Program” is designed to engage students in studying the challenges related to the underrepresentation of communities of color and American Indian Nations in historical organizations, museums, and public history graduate programs. View the ACTC Fellows Program flier here.

(I) 3/22/2016 Macalester Internship Office Postings
The Macalester Internship Office has recently shared these opportunities:
Hennepin County Library Special Collections Digitization Intern: June- August, applications due April 29. For more info: HCL Special Collections Digitization Intern Flier
Hennepin County Library Preservation Intern: June- August, applications due April 29. HCL Preservation Intern Flier

(E) 3/21/2016 The China Talk Series This Year
There is an on going China Talk Series sponsored by the US-China Peoples Friendship Association-MN Chapter (USCPFA-MN) and co-sponsored by our History Department and the student organization The Chinese Culture Club (CCC) to be held several times per year on our campus. The mission of the Series is to introduce Chinese culture to the main stream society in the U.S. and to promote friendship and understanding between the peoples of China and the United States.

(E) 3/21/2016 “Blood Memory” Documentary Screening & Community Forum
The Indian Education Program of Saint Paul Public Schools and the First Nations Repatriation Institute have coordinated an advanced screening of the in-progress documentary, Blood Memory.  The screening will take place at Creative Arts Secondary School (65 Kellogg Blvd.) in Saint Paul on Monday, April 4th For more information: Blood Memory Screening Flier

(E) 3/17/2016 WWG Public Talk, Women in Nazi Germany
World Without Genocide will host a talk, Hitler’s Furies: German Women in the Nazi Killing Fields, on Thursday, April 14, at Mitchell Hamline School of Law from 7:00 – 9:00 pm. For more information: WWG Women in Nazi Germany Talk Flier

(I) 3/14/2016 WWG Summer Internship Opportunities
World Without Genocide has internship opportunities for this summer

  • Advocacy and Program Intern- (June 1st- August 15th)- Work in the WWG headquarters to provide organizational and administrative support for advocacy initiatives and programming and generate community-based support for city, state, and national action. Applications due May 30, 2016. For more info: WWG A&P Intern Flier
  • Summer Institute Intern- (June 1st- August 15th) Student will participate in critical thinking and reflection activities, learn from experts and survivors, and build the skills to become a human rights leader.  For more info: WWG Institute Intern Flier

(C) 3/7/2016 A Call for Paper Submission to The Spark
Friction is The Spark’s first zine and is now calling for submissions that challenge, shock, and shift. While they’re open to any and all content for the zine, they want to emphasize forms that tend to receive less attention: academic papers, experimental writing, critical essays, protest art, and visual art in all forms. Submissions will be accepted until Monday, March 28th. Send your work to . For more info: Friction by The Spark Flier

(E) 2/26/2016 WWG Public Talk- Guatemala: Prosecuting Genocide, Rebuilding Communities
World Without Genocide will host a talk, Guatemala: Prosecuting Genocide, Rebuilding Communities, on Thursday, March 31, at Mitchell Hamline School of Law from 7:00 – 9:00 pm. This program will examine the 36 years of armed conflict in Guatemala and transitional justice for rural Mayan communities. Additional details are included in the WWG Public Talk- Guatemala Flier

(I) 2/26/2016 Internships Available with The Odyssey
The Odyssey, a community journalism chapter, is looking to hire writers, social media directors, photographers, multimedia coordinators and contributing editors. If you might be interested in this opportunity, follow this link to apply: http://www.theodysseyonline.com/apply

(E) 2/26/2016  Reading and Reception with Lebanese Author, Rawi Hage
Alliance Française Mpls/St Paul would like to invite you to join them at the reading and reception with award-winning Lebanese author, Rawi Hage. On his tour through the Midwest, Hage’s evening in Minneapolis will feature an interview with UMN professor Joseph R. Farag. A reception with food and drinks will follow the event.  Find out more about this event here: Reading and Reception with Rawi Hage Flier

(L) 2/24/2016  ICPSR Summer Program in Quantitative Methods of Social Research
The ICPSR Summer Program offers rigorous, hands-on training in a wide range of methodologies and techniques for research across the social, behavioral, and medical sciences. In Ann Arbor, Michigan, the Summer Program’s four-week sessions. The first session is from June 20-July 15 and the second from July 18-Aug. 12.  Applications are due April 30. For info about courses, fees, scholarships, and registration, visit icpsr.umich.edu/sumprog or contact

(E) 2/23/2016  Upcoming “Mac Startups” Info Sessions
There will be three upcoming “Mac Startups” info-sessions in the Innovator Space (basement of Markim Hall) from Noon-1:00pm on Thursday, Feb 25th; Thursday March 3rd; and Thursday, March 10th. Lunch provided! Mac Startups is a 10 week summer program.  For more information see this Mac Startups Flier

(I) 2/23/2016 Macalester Internship Office Postings
The Macalester Internship Office has recently shared these opportunities:
Renewing the Countryside Healthy Local Foods Exhibit PAID Intern for Summer of 2016. RTCHLFE Internship Posting

(G) 2/22/2016 George Mason University Graduate Certificate in Digital Public Humanities
The Department of History and Art History at George Mason University, in collaboration with the Smithsonian Institution, has created a fully online Graduate Certificate in Digital Public Humanities.  The program trains students in the digital skills and tools that are increasingly essential to careers in education, public history, libraries, publishing and many kinds of government and non-profit work.   This 15-credit program consists of three online courses followed by a remote internship with a unit of the Smithsonian Institution.  Because it is both online and part-time, students can pursue it while working or attending another graduate program. The certificate can also be combined with our own History M.A. program. For more information visit:  http://to.gmu.edu/humanitiesonline

(J&I) 2/22/2016 Environmental, Sci-Tech, IT & Medical Job and Internship Fair
Tuesday, March 1, 2016 from 11:30 am – 1:00 pm in Smail Gallery of Olin Rice recruiters from the following places will be on campus: Metropolitan Council, US Army & Army Reserve, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service,Elite Medical Scribes, Emergency Care Consultants – Emergency Scribes, SciTechsperience Internship Program & Job Board, Pioneer Project Services, Peace Corps, Fraser, Epic, Mayo Clinic, and Boston Scientific. Please dress in business casual.

(F) 2/19/2016 American Indian Museum Fellowship Opportunity
The Department of Inclusion and Community Engagement at the Minnesota Historical Society is recruiting possible candidates for the American Indian Museum Fellowship from June 2nd – June 19th 2016. Priority deadline for application materials is due by March 19th and all applications materials must be in no later than March 26. For more information, see the flier concerning the American Indian Museum Fellowship Opportunity.

(J) 2/16/2016 Serve. Lead. Change The World: A Social Justice Job Fair
February 23rd at 8PM, attend a free, virtual event with representatives from six service-focused non-profit organizations—Teach For America, City Year, Citizen Schools, Reading Partners, Peace Corps, and Playworks. You’ll gain a deeper understanding of each organization’s mission and role in solving our world’s greatest challenges, and learn more about specific job openings for undergraduates and professionals. There will be lots of opportunity for Q&A and application tips for each organization. Register now:https://www.teachforamerica.org/get-involved/events/serve-lead-change-world-social-justice-job-fair-february-23-8pm-est

(E) 2/16/2016 “Dangerous Proximities: Latinas/os and the Mechanisms of Racial Capitalism”
EdénTorres, Chair of the Department of Chicano and Latino Studies and Associate Professor in the Departments of Gender, Women and Sexuality Studies, University of Minnesota will be visiting Monday, Feb. 22 at 4:45 p.m. in Olin Rice 250 to give a talk on how history of racism towards U.S. Chican@s and Latin@s has lead to contemporary structural inequalities. For more information, see the Edén Torres Talk Flier.

(I) 2/15/2016 Macalester Internship Office Postings
The Macalester Internship Office has recently shared these opportunities:
The Old Courthouse Museum of Minnehaha County Summer Intern Mid May- Mid August 2016 Minnehaha County Summer Intern Flier

(F) 2/12/2016 Macalester Consulting Group Case Competition
Macalester Consulting Group meets weekly to solve fun problems, and helps you get consulting jobs, in which you meet problems, and solve them. If you have a curious mind, if you love to solve fun problems, they welcome you. They also welcome you to sign up for Case Competition#2, 7:00 p.m.-9:30 p.m. Tuesday, 16th Feb. See the flier here. Apply here.  Six applicants will be accepted. If you are not selected for Case Competition#2, you are invited to participate in our case competition from 8:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. on 23rd Feb. The deadline to sign up is 11:59 p.m. on 12th Feb.

(E) 2/10/2016 Volunteers Needed for The 23rd International Conference of Europeanists
The Council for European Studies (CES) calls for student volunteers to serve at the 23rd International Conference of Europeanists, to be held at the DoubleTree hotel in Philadelphia, PA from April 14-16, 2016. To express interest in volunteering, register for the conference as a “Volunteer” using the Council’s online registration form: https://councilforeuropeanstudies.org/conferences/2016-ces-conference/registration-form. CES staff will be in touch with all potential volunteers to confirm their interest, ensure eligibility, and arrange for volunteer assignments. For more information, visit  https://councilforeuropeanstudies.org/conferences/volunteer

(G) 2/9/2016 Columbia-LSE Graduate Program in International and World History
Columbia University and the London School of Economics are now accepting applications for Fall 2016.  The program is a dual MA/MSc in International and World History.  Deadline to apply is March 15. To learn more, please visit: worldhistory.columbia.edu

(E) 2/9/2016 Global Citizenship in the News: Caucuses and Primaries, Behind the Coin Toss
Thursday, February 18th in Davis Court, Markim Hall from 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM, an exciting Global Citizenship in the News panel will explicate the differences and functions of caucuses, primaries, and evaluate the complex ways these “democratic” institutions affect the US’ government and citizenry. See flier here.

(I) 2/8/2016 Macalester Internship Office Postings
The Macalester Internship Office has recently shared these opportunities:
MassMoCA Internship Summer 2016. Deadline March 7th See flier here.
Metropolitan Council Internship Program Summer 2016. Deadline February 29 See more here
Leadership and the American Presidency Internship Program Summer 2016 Deadline June 1 See flier here.

(J) 2/3/2016 Job and/or Fellowship Opportunity With Environment America
Right now, Environment America is looking for smart, talented candidates for their fellowship program or digital campaign team. These are full-time paid positions that start August 2016. Application deadline is March 1. To learn more about the positions and apply visit: jobs.environmentamerica.org

(G) 2/2/2016 New York University Graduate Program in European and Mediterranean Studies
NYU’s Center for European and Mediterranean Studies is now accepting applications for the 2016-2017 academic year with degree options such as: M.A. in European and Mediterranean Studies & Journalism, M.A. in European and Mediterranean Studies & Library and Information Science, and M.A. in European and Mediterranean Studies & an Advanced Certificate in Museum Studies.  See more here.

(E) 2/1/2016 Meet Alumni of the History Department at the Alumni Fair
3 graduates from the history department, Greg Erickson ’81, Joelle Larson ’02, and Chris Cloutier, will be attending the Alumni Fair happening on Thursday, February 11th from 6:30 to 8:00 pm, at Kagin Ballroom. We encourage students from the history department to attend the fair and connect with these alumni, as they can provide valuable information about the possibilities that this major can offer. See flier here

(E) 2/1/2016 World Without Genocide Talk- The Law in Indian County: The FBI, Jurisdiction, and Cases of Sexual Violence
March 9, this program will examine the FBI’s jurisdiction and role in bringing perpetrators on Indian reservations to justice and the challenges facing Indian victims of sexual violence. See flier here.

(G) 1/27/2016 M.A. Degree Opportunity in Modern European Studies at Columbia University
Columbia’s M.A. program in Modern European Studies is now accepting applications for the 2016-2017 academic year. Modern European Studies offers unique opportunities for students to deepen their understanding of European history, politics, and society. The program can be completed in 12 months but part-time study is also possible. Deadline is February 15. See more here

(C) 1/25/2016 Call for Papers- The Journal of Undergraduate International Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison
The Journal seeks to publish the world’s premier undergraduate work related to international themes and topics including, but not limited to: international conflict and conflict resolution, human rights, environmental issues, history, culture, comparative politics, economics, development and trade, global security, and international health. Submissions generally range in length from 5 to 20 pages and email it as an attachment to Deadline to submit is February 21. To view previous issues and submission guidelines, please visit:  http://juis.global.wisc.edu/issues.html

(F) 1/23/2016 Mount Vernon Hotel Museum and Garden Hearst Fellowship
The Mount Vernon Hotel Museum and Garden has announced two William Randolph Hearst Fellowships for Summer 2016. Deadline to apply is March 4, 2016. See more here.

(I) 1/23/2016 Macalester Internship Office Postings:
The Macalester Internship Office has recently shared these opportunities:
Shelburne Museum Education Program Intern: Summer 2016 June 13- August 12 See flier here.

(C) 1/19/2016 Call for Papers- West Point
Report
, the West Point Undergraduate Historical Review, is accepting paper submissions by February 19 at  See posting here.

(I) 1/12/2016 Macalester Internship Office Postings
The Macalester Internship Office has recently shared these opportunities:
International Business Development Internship ­ Summer/Fall 2016. See the posting here.
Museum Studies Internship ­ Summer/Fall 2016. See the posting here.
New Sector Alliance Fellowship applications are due February 1, 2016. See the posting here.

(I) 12/11/2015 Summer 2016 Internships Bipartisan Policy Center
The Macalester Internship Office has posted this internship with the Bipartisan Policy Center.

(E) 12/10/2015 MA degree in Documentary Film and History at Syracuse University
Syracuse University offers a fifteen-month “Documentary Film and History” program MA degree for History majors and minors.  The program is designed for students interested in making documentary films on historical themes, offering an opportunity to deepen their understanding of history while they acquire the practical skills of the filmmaker’s craft. In addition to taking courses on film production, screenwriting, and historical methods, students choose courses that allow them to deepen their knowledge of a specific field within history.  For more information on the program, visit:  http://newhouse.syr.edu/academics/degrees/masters/documentary-film-and-history.

(C) 12/07/2015 Chicago Journal of History Accepting Submissions
The Chicago Journal of History, an undergraduate historical review at the University of Chicago, is welcoming submissions for its Spring 2016 edition.  Papers selected for the Spring 2016 edition of the Journal will be published in March of 2016. Most successful submissions range from 15 to 25 pages, although  this does not represent so much a strict requirement as a suggestion to applicants. Please be sure to format citations in the Chicago style and include a works cited page. Papers should be submitted to ughistoryjournal@gmail.com as an MS Word or PDF attachment (document title: “Last name+paper title”) by January 25th, 2016. For more information about the journal and to read previous issues, please visit cjh.uchicago.edu.

(R) 12/01/2015 East Side Freedom Library seeks student researchers for summer 2016
A historical research project will be conducted in the summer of 2016, exploring the history of ESFL’s Carnegie Library building (on the National Historic Sites and the St. Paul Heritage Preservation lists) in anticipation of its centennial in 2017.  This research will include engaging secondary sources in the history of the Carnegie Steel Company and Andrew Carnegie, its labor practices, American philanthropy, and the places of libraries in American culture, as well as digging into local primary sources, such as newspapers, city government and public library system records, the papers of the architect, manuscript census of population and city directories, and the undertaking of oral history interviews with neighborhood residents.  This research will be conducted under the direction of ESFL co-executive director and Macalester History Professor Emeritus Peter Rachleff.  Interested students should contact Peter Rachleff, at rachleff@macalester.edu.

(G) 11/25/2015 University of Kansas Museum Studies Program
Museum studies is a multidisciplinary field that combines intellectual challenges with opportunities to bring the insights of scholars to diverse public audiences. The University of Kansas offers a museum studies master’s degree program. To learn more see their flyer here.

(C) 11/24/2015 Call for Submissions to the Gateway History Journal
The Washington University in St. Louis’s chapter of Phi Alpha Theta announces a call for submissions to the Gateway History Journal, an academic journal of global history that seeks undergraduate papers of the highest caliber. They are looking for papers of 10-30 pages of length on any topic, region, or time period. Submissions are due by 8 January 2016 and should be submitted to pat.wustl@gmail.com. Please refer to this document for more information.  If you have any questions, contact Jacqueline Blickman at jblickman@wustl.edu.

(I) 11/23/2015 Two New Internship Opportunities Shared by Macalester CDC

(G) 11/23/2015 Free Minnesota Pre-Law Scholars Program Summer Course
The University of Minnesota hosts a free LSAT prep course called Minnesota Pre-Law Scholars Program (MPLS) each summer. Here are the course highlights:

  • 10 week course that meets twice a week in the evenings from end of May/beginning of June through August, taught by a Kaplan instructor, at the Minnesota Law campus in Minneapolis.
  • The course also includes helpful info sessions and the opportunity to meet with the Minnesota Law Admissions department, Career Services, and current students & alumni.
  • The course is free to participants but does require a $100 seat deposit (fully refundable if the participant successfully completes the course).
  • Interested students can apply for MPLS beginning January 1 and will find the details on the website here:

(I) 11/20/2015 World Without Genocide Internship
World Without Genocide, a nonprofit in Saint Paul, has an opening for a social media and graphic design intern. View The Position Description Here.

(F) 11/18/2015 Council for European Studies Calls for Applications:

  • The Mellon-CES Dissertation Completion Fellowship is funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and includes a $25,000 stipend, as well as assistance in securing reimbursements or waivers in eligible health insurance and candidacy fees. Mellon-CES Dissertation Completion Fellowships are intended to facilitate the timely completion of the doctoral degree by late-stage graduate students focusing on topics in European Studies in the humanities. Applications are due (along with all supporting materials) on or before January 26, 2016.  For more information, click here.
  • The Pre-Dissertation Research Fellowship includes a $4,000 stipend, the opportunity to publish in Perspectives on Europe, a semi-annual journal of the Council for European Studies, and other professional development activities. CES Pre-Dissertation Fellowships fund two months’ travel to Europe to conduct the exploratory phase of a projected dissertation project in the social sciences or humanities which will require a subsequent stay in Europe. Applications are due (along with all supporting materials) on or before January 16, 2016. For more information, click here

(A) 11/17/2015 The GESI Application is Now Open
The Global Engagement Studies Institute (GESI) is a study abroad program offered by Northwestern University. GESI is open to undergraduate students from all majors. Participants intern alongside local experts to implement collaborative work in small interdisciplinary teams in Bolivia, Dominican Republic, India, Kenya, Nicaragua, or Uganda. All students receive academic training in theories and tools of community development, as well as team dynamics and leadership. Summer: June 13 – August 18, 2016 or Fall: September 11 – December 10, 2016. For more information about the program, visit the

(I) 11/16/2015 Metropolitan Council Urban Scholars Program
The Metropolitan Council is looking for students to participate their Urban Scholars Program. The program is a 13-week PAID summer internship and leadership development program for low income, students with disabilities, and/or students of color. The program will provide college students with a distinctive professional experience focused on gaining essential leadership skills, and creating career pathways to positions of influence in public service.
There will be a presentation / q&a session at Macalester Thursday, Nov. 19th at 4:45 pm, CC 215.
Applications are due by 11:59 p.m. on November 30.

(C) 11/13/2015 Tufts Historical Review Seeking Student Papers
The Tufts Historical Review Editorial Board calls for submissions to their academic journal of global history that seeks to print papers of the highest caliber. The Board seeks articles – between 2,500 and 8,000 words – that explore the theme “Shadows” from a diverse array of perspectives.
Submissions are due January 21, 2016 deadline has been extended to February 1, and should be submitted to tuftshistoricalreview@gmail.com. Please refer to this document for more information.

(J&I) 11/11/2015 Macalester Career Development Center Job & Internship Fair Info Sessions
Employers are reviewing resumes now! Attend an info session to learn all your need to know about the Job & Internship Fair. Now is also a good time to register to attend the Fair.

(R) 11/10/2015 Civic Engagement Center Project Funding:

  • The Davis Projects for Peace initiative allows students to spend the summer of 2016 carrying out a grass-roots project for peace, anywhere in the world. Receive $10,000 for your peace project. For information regarding the Projects for Peace application process, etc, see the Institute for Global Citizenship website. Applications are due 8am January 15, 2016.
  • Students are encouraged to apply for an Action Fund grant. Receive up to $1,000 to collaborate with community members on a project to fulfill unmet needs of Twin Cities’ communities.  Details and application information available on Civic Engagement Center website.

(C) 11/10/2015 Call for Papers for Hemispheres
Hemispheres, the Tufts Undergraduate Journal of International Affairs, one of the oldest undergraduate journals in the field, is now accepting submissions relating to this year’s theme of Emerging Actors. Submissions should be research articles, approximately 5000-8000 words, written by undergraduates in a broad range of fields relevant to international affairs. To view paper requirements and guidelines, please visit http://tuftshemispheres.org/submissions/. To submit a paper, or if you have any questions or concerns, please contact hemispheres@tufts.edu. Submission Deadline: December 22, 2015.

(I) 11/10/2015 The Global Internship Program, London, Los Angeles & New York
City Internships runs immersive career training programs for college students and recent graduates. They’re designed to expand participants’ horizons and get them job-ready. For each program, on top of hard and soft skill building at weekly career seminars, workshops and networking events, participants undertake an internship placement at one of our partner companies. Students and graduates develop real-world skills, build their professional network and fast-track their career.
Learn more about City Internships here

(E) 11/08/2015 MOVEMENTS @ MAC
The Department of Multicultural Life presents a Trenzas event: MOVEMENTS @ MAC
Friday, November 13th at 7:00 PM, The Cultural House (37 Macalester Street) A gallery and discussion reflecting on the history and future of student activism at Macalester, featuring alumni interviews and Macalester  Archives artifacts. The gallery will look at protests and actions of solidarity that the Macalester community has organized, from the 1974 sit in protesting cuts in program funding for students of color, to the Mock Border Wall installed last fall. Light refreshments will be provided.

(I) 11/06/2015 EAST SIDE FREEDOM LIBRARY Internships
East Side Freedom Library is a newly organized educational and cultural institution which is repurposing the historic Carnegie library building formerly known as the Arlington Hills Public Library. ESFL’s mission is to collect Labor and Immigration History resources – books, visual art, music, and material objects, make them available to the community, and employ them in educational and cultural programs. These programs include lectures, discussions, workshops, classes, and performances. More information about ESFL can be found on the website, http:eastsidefreedomlibrary.org. Contact Executive Director, Dr. Peter Rachleff; 651-774-8687, 651-230-3294, rachleff@macalester.edu

(J) 11/04/2015 OATI Career Opportunities
OATI is an energy software solution provider located in NE Minneapolis. They are seeking entry-level candidates for all positions. They are looking for students across a wide variety of majors and interests.  For more details on career opportunities, see OATI.com. Available Positions at a glance: Administrative Assistant, Communication Specialists, Software Developers, Electrical Engineers, Customer Systems Analyst, Desktop Support Technician. Please email talent@oati.net or call 763.201.2026 with questions.

(J) 11/03/2015 Discover a Museum Career
The American Association of Museums posts national and international museum jobs in: Curating, Education, Development, Exhibitions, Marketing and Communications and more.
See Link: American Associate of Museums – Jobs and Career Resources

(G) 10/30/2015  Graduate programs in History at Marquette University
Marquette University offers graduate programs in History with M.A. and PhD degrees in early modern and modern European History and in United States history, as well as M.A. degrees in Medieval History and in Global Studies  Learn more about what they have to offer at their web site here.

(J&I) 10/22/2015 Teaching/Education/Writing Jobs & Internships Bulletin from Macalester’s Career Development Career
Click on this link for a list of options provided by our CDC.

(F) 10/22/2015 Master Teaching Fellows Program at Wake Forest
Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, North Carolina offers a one-year master’s degree and teacher licensure program. The program has a merit-based scholarship package for  admitted students, with a resulting tuition of around $7,000 tuition for the entire program. Applications for the Master Teacher Fellows program are due on January 15, 2016. For more information about the program, see the web site at http://college.wfu.edu/education and/or e-mail Adam Friedman at amfriedman@wfu.edu.

(G) 10/21/2015 Masters Graduate Program at Minnesota State University Mankato
To learn about the graduate programs offered at Minnesota State University Mankato, please see the letter linked here.

(C) 10/19/2015: Call for Papers
The editorial board of the Chicago Journal of History, an undergraduate publication for historical research at the University of Chicago, is accepting submissions for its Spring 2016 print and online edition until January 25th, 2015. Papers should be submitted to ughistoryjournal@gmail.com as an MS Word or PDF attachment (document title: “Last name+paper title”) by January 25th, 2015. Inquiries and concerns can also be sent to this address. For more information about the journal and to read previous issues, visit cjh.uchicago.edu.

(R) 10/21/2015: Macalester Community Public Art and Engagement Project
“Here and There: Bicycles in Recognition of Refugee Resilience” Join the Macalester community on Thursday, October 29th, in a one-day public art and engagement project recognizing refugee journeys from Iraq, Afghanistan and Syria to seek asylum in Europe. Cycling across borders allows refugees to avoid bans on pedestrian border crossings, and to avoid prohibitions against: the use of public transit, and motorists transporting people who do not have visas. These refugee journeys end with a pile of confiscated bikes at the borders. You can participate by bringing your bicycle and lock to build our own bike pile. Just drop your bike off at Old Main Lawn between 8am and 10am on Thursday, October 29th.  Bikes will be monitored by IGC Staff and Campus Security throughout the day. Please contact Pia Mingkwan at pmingkwa@macalester.edu with any questions.

(G) 10/09/2015: Master of Arts in Management
The School of Business at Wake Forest University offers a 10-month Master of Arts in Management program.  Offering an on-campus information session on Wednesday, October 14th, Campus Center 204, 4:45-5:45 pm.

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Jemma Brown ’11 won the Kathleen Rock Hauser Prize in Women’s History.


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Olivia Belote ’11 wrote her honors project on “History Being Seen: An Art Historical and Statistical Analysis of Feminized Worship in Early Modern Rome”


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Peter Wright ’11 interned as a breaking news reporter at The Oklahoman and for “Almanac” at Twin Cities Public Television