New Frontiers in Graduate History
7th Annual Graduate Student History Conference Friday, February 28 - Saturday, March 1, 2003
Panel moderators will be asked to provide a brief introduction of the presenters and their paper topics. Following the presentatoins, moderators will be expected to comment succinctly and critically on the papers before opening the floor for questions. Moderators will be provided with conference papers and biographies two weeks prior to the conference in order to allow for sufficient preparation. At that time moderators will also be provided with contact information so that they may communicate directly with the panelists.
History & Theory
Gender, Sexuality, and the Body
Law, Protest, and the State
Empire & Natoin
Science, Technology, and Society
Popular Culture and Consumerism
Ecology & Geography
Race, Ethnicity, and Identity
Work, Class, and Community
A tentative schedule can be viewd at our website.
There is a $15.00 conference registration fee that enables all moderators to attend other panels and the dinner on Friday February 28. Keynote speeches will be given by Professor Karen Dubinsky of Queens University, and Professor Michele Jonson of York University.
If interested please contact Beverley Eadie or Teresa Welsh via email.
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