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2019 Graduate Student Research Award–Call for Proposals

The Southern Conference for British Studies (SCBS) is offering a $1250 travel award for graduate student research in 2019. Graduate students who presented papers at one of our last two meetings (2017 or 2018) are eligible to apply. Please submit a two-page (maximum) description of your project and the specific research to be conducted using the grant, as well as a copy of the paper read at our annual meeting, to Lisa Clark Diller (ldiller@southern.edu) by 15 March 2019. The winner will be announced by 15 April.

Welcome to the SCBS

image003Welcome to the Southern Conference on British Studies (SCBS), a regional branch of the North American Conference on British Studies (NACBS).  The Conference meets annually, customarily in the Fall in conjunction with the Southern Historical Association.  The meeting comprises two days of paper sessions with two or more panels running concurrently.

Future SCBS meeting dates:

November 8-9, 2019: Louisville, Kentucky

November 20-21, 2020: Memphis, Tennessee

November 5-6, 2021: New Orleans, Louisiana

The SCBS construes British Studies very broadly to include the history, literature, arts, and culture of the Home Islands and the Commonwealth.  It welcomes into membership anyone interested in such subjects, whether or not pursued professionally.

Dues for the SCBS are $15 annually for regular membership, $10 for students, and $300 for a lifetime membership.  As a courtesy, the Southern Historical Association extends the option of affiliate membership (non-voting) to members of the SCBS for $7.  For those interested, full membership in the SHA’s European History Section is available. All SCBS dues may be paid through the SCBS Secretary/Treasurer.  Please complete our Membership Form and mail to the address indicated.