The second biennial Missouri Graduate Conference on History will be held in Columbia, Missouri, March 17 and 18, 2000 on the campus of the University of Missouri-Columbia. This conference is limited to paper presentations by graduate students, thus offering a forum for graduate students to present their research and share their work with colleagues. The conference is organized by the graduate students in the Department of History of the University of Missouri-Columbia.
A keynote address and a luncheon talk will be provided by Professor Leslie Schwalm of the University of Iowa. An historian of slavery and emancipation, Dr. Schwalm's keynote address is entitled, "Gender, Race, and the American Civil War: New Perspectives on the Destruction of Slavery."
The Program Committee invites submissions for papers and paper sessions. The conference is open to all themes and topics. Send a one-page abstract as well as a brief C.V. with e-mail address to: Mark Marianek, Department of History, University of Missouri-Columbia, 101 Read Hall, Columbia, MO 65211. Proposals for complete sessions should include the C.V. of the session chair as well as each participant. The deadline for submissions is December 15, 1999. Accepted papers will be due to the committee February 1, 2000.
Department of History
University of Missouri-Columbia
101 Read Hall
Columbia, MO 65211-7500 Email: email@example.com
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