The history graduate department at Virginia Tech is hosting our 7th Annual
Brian Bertoti Innovate Perspectives in History Conference on April 2 and 3.
This is our call for papers, and people are encouraged to participate from all
fields. It's a great chance for graduate and undergraduate students to gain
valuable experience and present their own work in professional conference
environment. There is a $100 prize for the best paper which will be awarded at
the confernece. Past conferences have been very successful, and we're looking
forward to an even better one this year. I encourage everyone to participate
and look forward to seeing you all there!
Call For Papers, Seventh Annual Brian Bertoti History Conference, April 2-3,
2004, at Virginia Tech
The Brian Bertoti History Conference provides aspiring historians an
invaluable opportunity to present their research in a constructive and cordial
environment. Graduate students and advanced undergraduate students of any
discipline are encouraged to submit papers that contribute to our exploration
of “innovative perspectives.” We welcome topics from various fields
United States/Canada/Latin America
Topics within these fields include, but are not limited to, global studies,
comparative studies, race, class, gender, science and technology, social
history, political history, military history, and digital history.
Recent papers presented at the conference have covered topics of history such
as the Civil War/Reconstruction, exploration, colonization, history of
science, Cold War, Vietnam, Civil Rights, diplomatic policies, economics,
diseases, Native Americans, anthropology, and public relations.
*A prize of $100 will be awarded to the author of the most prestigious paper
presented at the conference.
Please submit a one-page abstract and a brief vita by February 14th, 2004 to Thomas E. Sebrell II via e-mail at email@example.com.
If selected, a final paper, 12 pages maximum, must be submitted by March 14th,
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