The University of Saskatchewan Department of History invites proposals for the 2nd annual Buffalo Province History Conference. Presentations on all historical topics are welcome. Although preference is given to graduate student submissions, we welcome proposals from faculty, senior honours students, and other specialists in the field of history.
May 9 – 11, 2008 Manitou Springs Hotel, Manitou Beach, Saskatchewan.
Keynote Speaker: Dr. John Sutton Lutz (University of Victoria)
“"Makuk: Coming to Native-Newcomer History Through Exchange"
After Dinner Talk: Dr. Gordon DesBrisay (University of Saskatchewan)
"Riding the Woollen Wave From Scotland to Brazil"
Proposals for both complete panels and individual papers are welcome. Panel Proposals should include a 250 word abstract for the panel as a whole as well as information for the individual papers. For an individual paper, please include a 250 word abstract and short biographical sketch. Please send submissions to Keith Thor Carlson (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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