The Milton Plesur Conference is a graduate conference dedicated to interdisciplinary approaches. The conference is not restricted to any discipline. We invite paper and panel submissions from all areas of historical study, not limited to any geographic or thematic area. Panels will be organized along the lines of, but not limited to, the following:
Social movements, the State, and Policy Formation
Conflicts in the Production and Consumption of Culture
Ethnicity, Race, and Class
Economic Development, Industrialization, and Modernization
Issues in Gender and Sexuality
History of Science and Medicine
Approaches in Theory and Methodology
Deadline for Abstracts Extended to: March 1, 2002
Please send 250 word abstracts for papers or information on panel proposals to either the address or the email in this message by the date listed above.
Graduate students working on their dissertation or master's thesis are especially encouraged to submit.
The conference will run April 20-21, 2002 at the State University of New York at Buffalo.
On April 20, 2002, Joseph A. McCartin, Professor of History, Georgetown University and Author of Labor's Great War: The Struggle for Industrial Democracy and the Origins of Modern American Labor Relations, 1912-1921, will give the keynote paper.
Gordon Marshall, Chair
Department of History, Rm. 546 Park Hall
State University of New York at Buffalo
Buffalo, New York 14260-4130
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