Barnes Club Graduate Student History Conference, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA
Call for Papers Deadline:
The JAMES A. BARNES CLUB, Temple University’s graduate-student history organization, is pleased to announce the NINTH ANNUAL BARNES CLUB CONFERENCE. The conference will be held on SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 2004, from 8:30 am to 4:00 pm at Temple University’s Center City building at 1515 Market Street in Philadelphia. Registration is $10.00 for presenters.
Proposals from graduate students for individual papers, panels, or workshops are welcome in any topic or time period in United States, European, world, public, or comparative history. The panels will last 90 minutes and will include two or three paper presentations at twenty to twenty-five minutes each. Presentations will be followed by brief commentaries.
Please submit a one page proposal and a current c.v. no later than December 31, 2003. The conference committee will evaluate proposals and inform participants by JANUARY 15, 2004. Final Drafts of papers are due no later than February 10, 2004. Electronic submissions are preferred, though hard copies will also be accepted.
In addition to paper presentations, this Ninth Annual Barnes Club Conference will inaugurate a new program: Mock Interviews. This optional program offers graduate students invaluable experience in simulated interviews with faculty members from area universities. A sample mock interview will also occur for those who wish to observe someone else being interviewed. Graduate students who are interested in participating should contact me for more information and register no later than December 31, 2003. Faculty members who are interested in serving on interviewing teams may also contact me for more information.
For more information about the Barnes Club Conference, please see our organization’s website below or contact David J. Ulbrich, the conference committee chair, at the email below.
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