Treachery and Traitors: Third Annual UVa History Graduate Students Conference
The Graduate History Students Association at the University of Virginia is pleased to announce the third annual History Graduate Students Conference, to be held in Charlottesville, Virginia, on April 17-18, 2010.
Trust and loyalty are fundamental building blocks of human relationships and society. Treachery, treason, and betrayal undermine the bonds between individuals, families, communities, social movements, and governments. This conference will provide a forum for graduate students at all levels and in all disciplines to explore issues related to treachery and traitors in a variety of forms throughout history.
Keynote address by Joseph C. Miller, T. Cary Johnson, Jr. Professor of History at the University of Virginia.
You are invited to submit paper proposals based on seminar papers, masterís theses, or dissertation projects. Proposals should be no more than one page and include the scholar's name, e-mail address, the paperís title, and a short description of the proposed topic. The description should directly address the relationship between the proposed paper and the theme of treachery or traitors.
Paper proposals must be submitted by January 15, 2010.
If selected, participants will be asked to submit a final version of their paper (no more than 20 minutes) two weeks prior to the conference.
Submit abstracts and questions by email to Emily Senefeld (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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