The Transatlantic Studies Association in conjunction with Palgrave-Macmillan are pleased to announce a new annual Research Award of £2000 for Research in Transatlantic Studies. For more details and to download an application form, see here.
Registration for the TSA 2019 annual conference at the University of Lancaster is now open. Conference packages, accommodation, provision for additional guests, and the conference dinner at the Midland Hotel, can all be booked here.
The JTS is pleased to announce the imminent publication of a special issue on Henry Kissinger and his transatlantic diplomacy. The contributions by eminent Kissinger scholars embrace the broad panoply of his work regarding Europe and are essential reading for anyone interested in US foreign policy in the 1960s and 70s, transatlantic relations, and the career of Kissinger.
Please see the JTS page for more information about this special issue.
Alan Dobson, Editor
The International History Review - Routledge, Taylor & Francis Research Award
Eligibility: persons of any nationality who have a PhD or equivalent publishing record and who wish to engage in research into any aspect of international history.
Application form: IHR Research Award - Application Form.pdf
Submissions: to email@example.com between 1 January and 1 March annually.
Award: in May annually up to £1500 for expenditure on essential travel and subsistence to visit archives, conduct interviews, or other fieldwork. The result of the award will be published on-line by Routledge, Taylor & Francis as well as the research output. Failure to submit an article to the IHR within the deadline will be noted publicly.
Criteria: judges will assess which application is likely to produce the highest quality article for submission to the IHR by applying standard article peer review criteria.
Output: Minimum required output is an article which must be submitted to the IHR for consideration for publication within 18 months of the receipt of the award.
Report: required within 12 months of the receipt of the award of approximately 300 words in length on the conduct of the research and likely total outputs associated with the award. The report will be published on-line by Routledge, Taylor & Francis.
At its 2018 Management Committee meeting, the TSA agreed that it’s annual conference for 2020 will take place in Lisbon, Portugal. The conference will be hosted by Centro de Estudos Internacionais, part of the University Institute of Lisbon.
18th Annual Conference:
University of Lancaster, England
8-10 July 2019
We wish to congratulate the winner of the 2018 prize:
Dr Susan Colbourn, University of Toronto
'Denuclearization or Delusion? Envisioning Nuclear Free Spaces in the 1980s'
The TSA-Cambridge University Press book prize for 2016 titles was awarded to Dr Dino Knudsen for his book, The Trilateral Commission and Global Governance: Informal Elite Diplomacy, 1972-82 (Rutledge, 2016). Presentation of the prize took place at the close of the 17th Annual TSA Conference, Dahlonega, Georgia.