10th International Conference of the Graduate Student Association of the History Department of Université Laval
Archeology– Archivistics – Ethnology and Folklore – History-
Art History – Museology
February 2-4 2010
Proud of its international dimension it has acquired over the last years, Artefact renews its invitation to graduate students and young scholars to submit paper proposals for the 10th annual graduate student conference of the History department. We welcome the following:
1- Open topic papers:
We invite graduate students in history, art history, museology, archeology, ethnology, archivistics and other related disciplines to present preliminary or final results of their research in any topic.
2- Thematic sessions:
We welcome groups of 2 to 4 student scholars to propose a thematic session on a topic of their choosing. For each session proposal we request that one person be responsible for its organization (gathering of paper proposals, structure of the session, choosing a chair for the session, etc.) This person must submit to Artefact the following information: the topic of the session, each paper proposed, and the order of presentation.
3- Permanent session on the Franco-America :
Students and young scholars whose researchs are on the Canadian and American francophony are invited to submit their candidature to participate at the permanent session of the conference. The session is pluridisciplinary (history, history of art, ethnology, archivistics, archeology, museology) and its topic is general. A special money price will be awarded to the best paper. This session is sponsored by the Secrétariat des affaires intergouvernementales canadiennes du Québec (SAIC)
Each proposal must indicate the following:
1) a synopsis of the paper (max. 20 lines) comprised of a short contextualization, a clear problematic, and the principal ideas of your paper;
2) keywords that define the topic;
3) a short bio-bibliography of the student (complete name, discipline and program of study, university, phone number, postal and e-mail address, area of research and publications, if any);
4) any requests for audio-visual equipment.
Papers can be read in English or French.
Please note that Artefact can cover some of your travel and lodging expenses.
Send proposals before November the 16th 2009 at : email@example.com
The Artefact selection committee will consider proposals and respond in mid-December. Students will have the opportunity to submit a text version of papers for the Proceedings of the 8th Student Conference of the History department. For more information please contact:
Send comments and questions to H-Net
Webstaff. H-Net reproduces announcements that have been submitted to us as a
free service to the academic community. If you are interested in an announcement
listed here, please contact the organizers or patrons directly. Though we strive
to provide accurate information, H-Net cannot accept responsibility for the text of
announcements appearing in this service. (Administration)