The JAMES A. BARNES CLUB, Temple University’s graduate student history organization, will host the NINTH ANNUAL BARNES CLUB CONFERENCE 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. So far, the Barnes Club Conference has drawn participants from area across the nation. This collegial and congenial environment offers excellent opportunities for professional development and interaction with one’s peers. Mock Interviews will also be conducted for interested graduate students.
Proposals from graduate students for individual papers, panels, or workshops are welcome on any topic or time period in United States, European, world, public, or comparative history. Each panel will last ninety minutes and will include two or three paper presentations at twenty to twenty-five minutes each. Presentations will be followed by brief commentary offered by one of Temple’s graduate students. Faculty members from Temple University or other area universities will moderate every panel. Registration will be $10 for presenters, and lunch will be provided.
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 accepted 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.
David J. Ulbrich
Conference Chair, James A. Barnes Club
913 Gladfelter Hall
Philadelphia, PA 19122
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