The Underhill Organizing Committee at Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada, is scheduled for March 8 and 9, 2007, and will feature a keynote address from Dr. Angus McLaren of the University of Victoria entitled: Glandular Eugenics: Sex, Race, and Rejuvenation in the Early Twentieth Century. We are also thrilled to announce a new feature called “Access Carleton Lunch and Learn.” In honour of the 50^th anniversary of graduate studies in history at Carleton, this year’s speaker on March 8th will be our very own social and environmental historian Dr. John Walsh.
The UGSC provides M.A. and Ph.D. students with a friendly atmosphere in which to present their original research to fellow Canadian and American colleagues. As in previous years, we will be accepting papers on any history related topic. The proposals should be 300 words in length and the presentations between 15 and 20 minutes in duration. Please submit electronic proposals to email@example.com
The deadline for submitting proposals is the 5th of January, 2007.
This conference is generously supported by the Carleton: Dean of Graduate Studies, Department of History, Department of English Language and Literature, Department of Geography and Environmental Studies, Office of the Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Office of the Provost and Vice-President (Academic), The Institute of European and Russian Studies, School of Journalism and Communication, the Sprott School of Business and the Underhill Reading Room Fund.
Please distribute this message to all interested graduate students.
We look forward to receiving your graduate students’ proposals,
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