Welcome to the Warren Center online. We are Harvard’s research center for North American history, with a mission to advance research and teaching in the broad range of American historical inquiry. The Warren Center is also a nexus for Americanists at Harvard and in the Boston area.
2012-13 brings the following new initiatives to our constituencies at Harvard and in the historical / American Studies fields:
- We are pleased to announce a new postdoctoral fellowship in Global American Studies. Read more…
- The theme of our 2012-13 faculty fellowship is “Everyday Life: The Textures and Politics of the Ordinary, Persistent, and Repeated.” Read more...
- Social Justice Project. Fellowship support is available within the Warren Center’s various programs – faculty, postdoctoral, and student – for work emphasizing the history and promotion of ideas and practices related to the furtherance of social justice within the United States. Read more…
- Project on War and its Effects. Fellowship support is available within the Warren Center’s various programs – faculty, postdoctoral, and student – for work relating to the nation’s life during and as a consequence of wars. Read more…
New Global American Studies Postdoctoral Fellowship...
2013-14 faculty fellowships on The Environment and the American Past...
The Charles Warren Center
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Upcoming at the Warren Center...
Tuesday, April 30, 4-6pm - Michael Ralph (New York University)
"The Afterlife of Slave Insurance."
Part of the Warren Center’s series on Emancipation@150.
Thursday, May 2, 4-6pm - Harvey Young (Northwestern, theatre).
“‘Is I Got a Valentine’: Romancing the Caricature”
Presented by the Workshop on Everyday Life: The Textures and Politics of the Ordinary, Persistent, and Repeated.
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