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Opportunities and Announcements

Announcement Guidelines

All announcements (excluding employment opportunities) must conform to the following guidelines. The ASA staff reserves the right to edit announcements to the format described below.

  • Announcements must be no longer than 7 lines of text in MS Word format (standard 12 point font) or less than 100 words

  • Announcements should provide only essential information and a brief description (2-3 lines).

  • Announcements following these guidelines will be run free of charge in the print and online versions of the ASA Newsletter. Regular advertising rates of $125.00 (newsletter text ad) and $125.00 (web text ad) will apply if a longer announcement is desired. 

  • There are no “free” employment or fellowship ads. Regular advertising rates apply to ALL employment and fellowship ads. Fellowship ads requiring service such as teaching are considered employment ads. Go to Employment and Fellowship “Advertising Guidelines” for details.

  • All announcements will be formatted according to these guidelines unless otherwise directed

  • Submit an announcement via file attachment to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

    Suggested format for fellowship / prize announcements

    Institution; Name of Fellowship; Brief Description, 2-3 lines (amount, qualifications, etc); Deadline; Contact Information. Regular advertising rates of $125.00 (print, text ad) and $125.00 (online only) apply to all ads in excess of 100 words.


    The American Academy of Arts and Sciences invites post-doctoral scholars and junior faculty to apply for research fellowships for the 2005-2006 year. Fellowships are offered in the ares of Humanities and Culture; Science and Global Security; Social Policy and American Institutions; and Education. Stipends for post-doctoral fellows are $35,000 for an academic year; junior faculty are awarded up to $50,000 (not to exceed one-half of current salary). For further information or to download guidelines and an application form, please visit http://www.amacad.org or contact the Visiting Scholars Program, American Academy of Arts and Sciences, 136 Irving St., Cambridge, MA 02138.

    Suggested format for paper calls / conferences / exhibitions

    Deadline / Dates; Location; Title of Conference; Organization; Brief Description—2-3 lines; Contact Info.


    May 30, 2006. The Journal of the American Studies Association of Texas (JASAT) is a peer-reviewed journal published by the American Studies Association of Texas. JSAT welcomes manuscripts of 15-25 pages on various aspects of American culture - history, literature, popular culture, critical theory, technology, race and ethnicity, and the arts - preferably with an emphasis on Texas, the South or Southwest. The deadline for Vol. 37 (2006) is May 30, 2006. Send manuscripts in MLA style as an e-mail attachment in Word format to: Professor Maxey Parrish, JASAT Editor, Department of Journalism, Baylor University at: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)