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McAdams History Research Grants
ASDAH is pleased to announce this new funding opportunity for Adventist history research. Interested scholars are invited to apply. At this point of time, there are two deadlines:
November 1, 2015
April 1, 2016
For more information, application form, and where to submit the application, please visit the Research Funding page.
Newsletter Information Requested
Dear ASDAH Member:
I invite you to share with your colleagues around the world some of the exciting teaching, research, travel, and professional endeavors you have accomplished over the past year. Carmelita Arthur and I intend to send out the next on-line issue of the ASDAH Newsletter this August, but without your news, that won’t happen.
Have you taught any new classes this school year? Have you published any books, articles, or other pro...fessional works in your field? Have you traveled or taken your classes on interesting field trips? Have you presented papers at history, social studies, or pedagogical conferences lately? What research hobbies have filled your time and brought new insights to you? Are you working on or have you recently completed a master’s or doctor’s degree? Have you accepted a new position, added other responsibilities to your present job, or moved? Let us know!
Please complete the information form and e-mail, FAX, or mail it to me by August 15, 2015 for inclusion in this year’s newsletter:
You may email Brian at his address at Andrews University. To do that use lower case letters. Use the first letter of his first name and his entire last name at andrews.edu. This is written out to protect him from receiving an avalanche of unwanted emails.
FAX: (269)471-3112 (History & Political Science Department at AU) OR
Postal Address: Dr. Brian E. Strayer, Editor
History & Political Science Department
Buller Hall 135
Berrien Springs, MI 49104 USA
Let’s keep history alive in 2015!
Brian E. Strayer, Editor
2015 ASDAH Newsletter Survey
1. Contact Information
2. Professional Information
3. Current Professional Activities
Please write a brief statement that describes your current professional activities including books and articles published, new classes you will be teaching, papers presented, degrees near completion, new responsibilities, etc. (use back of page if needed)
4. If you are a department chair, please tell us about your department (i.e., how many majors you have, trends in your department, new faculty, upcoming retirements, etc.)
Remember to return this survey by August 15, 2015!
Contributions now are Tax Deductible
The Association for Seventh-day Adventist Historians has now filed for exemption under section 501(c)3 of the Internal Revenue Code. There are certain benefits associated with this new status including the ability to receive tax-deductible contributions.
The proposed Constitution for the Association for Seventh-day Adventist Historians was approved in an electronic vote that closed on Friday, October 3. The Association now has an approved constitution and proper incorporation in the state of Nebraska.
The Triennial ASDAH Conference 2016
Periods of Transition
Speakers for the Conference have been Announced
Joint ASDAH-ASTR Conference 2014
Adventism and Adventist History: Sesquicentennial Reflections
Papers from the conference have been posted on the web. Follow this link to find out more about the 2014 Joint ASDAH-ASTR Conference.....
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