For the past eleven years, graduate students in the History Department at Carleton University have organized an annual colloquium in which master's and doctoral students from all disciplines are invited to present papers on any history related topic. The primary objective of the colloquium is to facilitate the original research of graduate students by providing a public forum for the presentation of their work. In addition, the colloquium is designed to promote dialogue between those in different disciplines and to encourage interaction between faculty and graduate students.
Graduate students can participate by presenting some of their original research in a 15-20 minute talk, hear valuable commentary on their work and gain experience for future conference presentations. One noted feature of the colloquium is the inclusion of a keynote address delivered by a distinguished guest speaker. The keynote speaker this year will be Dr. Paige Raibmon from the University of British Columbia.
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