The Graduate Student Association of the department of History at the University of Montreal (AEDDHUM) are seeking proposals for presentations for the 11th Annual colloquium, entitled Society and Exclusion (from the beginning to the present day) which will take place the 18th and 19th of March, 2004.
The call is open to graduates students in the Masters or PhD program, as well as those in their final year of undergraduate studies, whose research topics touch upon the colloquium’s theme. (Please consult the poster in the AEDDHUM’s web site to see several examples of subjects.)
Individual proposals must be no longer than 300 words, and include the title and your coordinates (e-mail address, phone number, and postal address, as well as your name, university and department). You can also submit a proposal for a panel, which should include the title of the panel, the three communication proposals (of a maximum of 300 words each) and if available the name of the panel chair. We also ask that should you require a overhead projector or other material for electronic projection (for example Power Point or Internet). All proposals must be received before the 15th of January, 2004.
Please send your proposals by e-mail or by post to the contact below.
Please note that all communications will be vetted by a committee composed of graduate students. The text of the proposals will be used in the creation of a detailed schedule of the colloquium. In addition, those communications presented at the colloquium will be published in a special edition of the journal Cahiers d’Histoire.
We invite you to consult the AEDDHUM’s web site and the poster for more information, http://www.hist.umontreal.ca/addhum/. We can also be reached at the e-mail address or by telephone (below).
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