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Mar. 1 | 2014 Franklin Prize
Nominations for 2014 John Hope Franklin Publication Prize for the best-published book in American Studies due
Mar. 1 | 2014 Romero Prize
Nominations for 2013 Lora Romero Publication Prize for the best-published first book in American Studies due
Mar. 1 | 2014 Community Partnership Grants
Applications for the 2014 Community Partnership Grants Program to assist American Studies collaborative, interdisciplinary community projects due
Mar. 1 | 2014 Regional Chapter Grants
Applications for the 2014 grants program to assist regional American Studies conferences and projects due
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Posted June 1, 2012