The Fletcher School, established in 1933 as the first exclusively graduate school of international affairs in the United States, seeks to hire a full-time tenure-track or tenured faculty position in U.S. diplomatic history. We prefer a candidate whose research and teaching interests covers the 20th and 21st century history of American foreign relations, with expertise on Russian foreign relations, as well.
Applications are being accepted for SHAFR fellowships & grants that fund dissertation research, junior faculty research, research in foreign language sources, and scholarship in U.S. foreign relations history by women. Nominations are also being accepted for the Stuart L. Bernath Lecture Prize. They are listed below by deadline. SHAFR membership is required to apply.
Thanks to all of the participants in the 2016 SHAFR Annual Meeting.
Taking (an early) look ahead, the 2017 annual meeting will be held in the Washington, DC area (Arlington, VA) from June 21-24, 2017. The Call for Papers (CFP) will be going out in the Fall, with an early December deadline for proposals. More details will be available once the CFP is released.