Call for Articles: Research Website on the Election of 2004 (produced by SMU Center for Presidential History)
Summary: The Center for Presidential History (CPH) at Southern Methodist University invites scholars to contribute articles (500-1,000 words) for a research-website dedicated to the Election of 2004.
Full Announcement: The Center for Presidential History (CPH) at Southern Methodist University is pleased to announce that it will be producing a new scholarly website dedicated to the Election of 2004. In keeping with the mission of the CPH, this website will provide original research material and content which can be accessed and used freely by both scholars and the general public.
As part of the CPH’s Collective Memory Project, this Election of 2004 website will be built around a primary feature: long-form filmed interviews with key participants in that election cycle. These filmed interviews and their accompanying transcriptions will appear with supporting material, including articles on key subjects.
We invite you to participate in this project by contributing original articles of 500-1,000 words. Contributors will be compensated for each complete article. Those who inquire will be provided with a complete list of article topics. We are interested in receiving applications from scholars in various stages of their careers, including graduate students.
To apply for participation, please submit your curriculum vitae to Brian Franklin, Associate Director of the Center for Presidential History, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Priority consideration will be given to applications received by March 15, 2014. Deadline for application is March 31, 2014.
Center for Presidential History
Southern Methodist University
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