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
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Peter Hahn has accepted the position of Dean of Arts and Humanities at his home institution, Ohio State University, and therefore has given notice that he must soon resign from his position as SHAFR's long-time Executive Director. Peter has served brilliantly in this post for thirteen years, guiding the organization through a period of considerable growth and success. We shall miss him very much, and we wish him every success in his new position.
Minutes for the SHAFR Council Meeting held on 3 January 2015 in New York City are now available. Topics discussed included the state of SHAFR finances, the SHAFR Guide to the Literature, forthcoming personnel changes, future SHAFR institutes and conferences, development initiatives, and more.
The minutes for the SHAFR Council Meeting held on 3 January 2015 in New York City are now available. SHAFR business conducted at the meeting included discussions of SHAFR finances, archives and record keeping policy, publications (including an update on the future of the SHAFR Guide to the Literature), annual meetings, grant programs, teaching initatives, and more.
The Minutes for the SHAFR Council meeting held on 19 June 2014 in Lexington, Kentucky are now available. SHAFR business conducted at the meeting included discussions of SHAFR finances, publications, annual meetings, grant programs, teaching initatives, and more.