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Student Makes Major Roman Find (About.com European History)

An interesting history-related post from About.com European History:

The discovery of a Roman statue at a dig in North Britain bought a range of headlines, some focusing on the God being one unique to the region and worshipped by Roman soldiers, possibly a God whose statuary was last dug up a hundred and fifty years ago. But I'm going to link to the Daily Mirror page (you can see a large picture), because they stress the luck of the finder: a first year university student on his second ever dig. It may well be the find of his career, and may well be of the god Antenociticus.

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Graduate Student Workshop in American Jewish History: Call for Applications (RELIGION IN AMERICAN HISTORY)

An interesting history-related post from RELIGION IN AMERICAN HISTORY:

Apropos of the post just below on an important new book in the history of American Judaism, please see and forward along this announcement, for a new graduate student workshop in American Jewish History:
CALL FOR APPLICATIONS
 Graduate Student Workshop in American Jewish History
May 20-22, 2013
Deborah Dash Moore, University of Michigan
Beth S. Wenger, University of Pennsylvania
Jewish Politics and American Society
Inline image 3The Frankel Center for Judaic Studies together with the American Jewish Historical Society and the Jacob Rader Marcus Center of the American Jewish Archives announce a graduate student workshop in American Jewish history to be ...

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FSU Graduate Student Symposium Call for Papers Deadline Extended (RELIGION IN AMERICAN HISTORY)

An interesting history-related post from RELIGION IN AMERICAN HISTORY:

Call for Papers: The Florida State University Department of Religion
11th Annual Graduate Student Symposium
February 17-19, 2012 • Tallahassee, Florida

The Florida State University Department of Religion is pleased to announce its 11th Annual Graduate Student Symposium to be held February 17-19, 2012 in Tallahassee, Florida. This year we are pleased that Center for the Advancement of Human Rights at FSU will be co-sponsoring the Symposium.

Last year’s symposium was a huge success, allowing over forty presenters from over twenty universities and departments as varied as Religion, Geography, Psychology, and Philosophy to share their research, learn from one another, ...

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Call for Grad Student Papers – 2011 ICMH (Blog Them Out of the Stone Age)

An interesting history-related post from Blog Them Out of the Stone Age:

CALL FOR GRADUATE STUDENT PAPERS: The United States Commission on Military History (USCMH) invites U.S. graduate students (those enrolled in a Ph.D. program but not yet awarded the Ph.D.) to submit papers for the 2011 congress of the International Commission of Military History (ICMH) to be held at Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 28 August – 2 [...]

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