Call for Papers: deadline extended to January 31, 2004
March 6, 2004
Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec
Keynote Speaker: Serge Guilbaut, Professor of Art History, (University of British Columbia), author of How New York Stole the Idea of Modern Art.
Introductory Speaker: Irene Gammel, Professor of English (University of Prince Edward Island), author of Baroness Elsa Gender, Dada, and Everyday Modernity: A Cultural Biography.
Gender and modernity: how do they collide and coexist? Are they separate entities at all?
The ninth History in the Making Conference will be held on March 6, 2004 at Concordia University in Montreal, Quebec. The purpose of the HIM conference is to showcase and workshop the research of graduate students and senior-level undergraduates. Students from all history-related disciplines are welcome.
Each participant will be required to make a 15-20 minute presentation. Finished conference papers should be no longer than 15 pp. They will be published in the conference's annual proceedings.
a 500-word (max) abstract of your proposed paper/presentation (as well as your full name, discipline, level of study, and home/email address) is due by January 6th to email@example.com. Please include as inline text or Microsoft Word attachment.
requests for AV should follow acceptance and subsequent confirmation of attendance.
Submissions and papers may in either English or French.
questions may be directed to the email address below.
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