CALL FOR PAPERS: IRISH STUDIES IN HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE
Saturday, March 2, 2002
Montréal, Québec CANADA
History in the Making VIII
Organized by the Graduate Students of History at Concordia
in association with The Centre for Canadian Irish Studies
FEATURED GUEST SPEAKERS:
Nancy J. Curtin (Department of History, Fordham University)
Gary L. Owens (Department of History, Huron College, University of Western Ontario)
On the occasion of its eighth annual conference, History in the Making wishes to highlight the recent establishment of the Canadian Centre for Irish Studies at Concordia University. Graduate students from throughout North America are invited to discuss new directions in the field of Irish historical studies.
Applicants should submit proposals of 250 words for individual papers or panels of 2-3 papers. Proposals dealing with historical dimensions of Ireland and the Irish diaspora are welcome, as well as papers exploring interdisciplinary perspectives on Irish Studies. Submissions related to other topics will also be considered. A selection of the best papers will be published.
A limited number of travel and accommodation reimbursements will be available to graduate student participants from outside the greater Montreal area.
Deadline for Submissions: January 14, 2002
Please send proposals, as well as a short biographical statement, to:
History in the Making Committee
Department of History, McConnell Library Building, LB-601
1455 de Maisonneuve Blvd. W.
H3G 1M8 CANADA
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