The McKissick Museum of Columbia, South Carolina, seeks a full-time Folklife Program Director to plan and implement folklife-related research and public programs that engage on- and off-campus audiences.
The Alliance for California Traditional Arts, a national leader in the folk and traditional arts field, seeks a full-time Development Manager, and offers a remote or hybrid work option.
The Community Collections Grants from the American Folklife Center fund and support contemporary cultural field research and documentation within diverse communities. Available to individuals and organizations, the grants offer up to $50,000 each to support projects within their communities to produce ethnographic cultural documentation.
The SAPIENS Public Scholars Training Fellowship program guides anthropologists on accessible writing and podcasting for broad nonacademic audiences. The purpose of the fellowship program is to to provide in-depth training for anthropologists in the craft of science communication and public scholarship.
The newly established Centre for Advanced Studies (Kollegforschungsgruppe) "Alternative Rationalities and Esoteric Practices from a Global Perspective," funded by the German Research Foundation and located at Friedrich-Alexander- Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg (FAU), is seeking to appoint several Junior and Senior Fellowships. The latest submission date for applications is June 30, 2022. The preferred starting date is October 1, 2022.
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The Oregon-based nonprofit Tananáwit is looking for its next executive director. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.
The German Literature Archive is offering this virtual workshop in English on June 24, 11:00 am CEST/5:00 am EDT.
The Oral History Association (OHA) offers six annual awards whose winners are announced at its meeting in October. The deadlines for most are July 1, 2022.
The Central European History Society (CEHS) is soliciting nominations for the Hans Rosenberg Book Prize. The annual prize honors the best monograph in Central European history published in English by a permanent resident of North America. All entries must be received by July 31, 2022.