The Foreign Relations of the United States (FRUS) series presents the official documentary historical record of major U.S. foreign policy decisions and significant diplomatic activity. Search within the volumes, or browse them by administration; see also a list of all pre-Truman volumes. Access resource here.

Bibliography Among the Disciplines, a four-day international conference to be held in Philadelphia from 12 to 15 October 2017, will bring together scholarly professionals poised to address current problems pertaining to the study of textual artifacts that cross scholarly, pedagogical, professional, and curatorial domains. The conference will explore theories and methods common to the object-oriented disciplines,…

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The second biennial RESAW (Research Infrastructure for the Study of Archived Web Materials) conference is seeking contributions.This conference seeks to explore the value of web archives for scholarly use, to highlight innovative research, to investigate the challenges and benefits  of working with the archived web, to identify opportunities for incorporating web archives in learning and…

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In 1861, the census for the colony of New South Wales (as it was back then) recorded just one Chinese woman living in Balmain in Sydney. The historian Eric Rolls, writing in 1992, commented that this ‘lone woman is exceptional and inexplicable’. Inexplicable? My partner and collaborator Kate Bagnall is a historian of Chinese Australia and…

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The interdisciplinary online journal Southern Spaces invites researchers, writers, teachers, artists, documentary producers, and geographers to submit materials for a 2017–2018 “Digital Spaces” series.  We seek multi-media articles and projects that engage with and mobilize digital scholarship. “Digital Spaces” is especially interested in work that deals with the real and imagined spaces and places of…

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