For the HistPhil online publication, Amanda Moniz of the National History Center in DC discusses conversations on philanthropy, humanitarianism, and human rights that occurred at this year's SHAFR conference.
2016 OAH Richard W. Leopold Prize
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SHAFR is very pleased to announce the appointment of Amy Sayward as its new Executive Director. She is a Professor of History at Middle Tennessee State University and has a wide range of experiences in SHAFR, including service on numerous committees and two decades' worth of conference participation. Professor Sayward served on the staff of Diplomatic History while a graduate student at Ohio State University, and more recently was a member of the journal's editorial board. She brings a wealth of administrative experience to the job, including four years as department chair and s
Diplomacy Center Foundation
Desires to Employ
Historian for U. S. Diplomacy Center
The Diplomacy Center Foundation (DCF) is seeking an innovative professional with a proven track record in the field of American Diplomatic History.
U.S. Foreign Policy
(One Associate or Full Professor)
School of International Service
The School of International Service (SIS) at American University (AU) invites applications for a full-time, tenure-line position at the rank of Associate or full Professor beginning August 1, 2016. Applicants should possess a Ph.D. or the highest equivalent degree in a relevant discipline.