The McGill-Queen’s Graduate Conference in History invites submissions for "Where the Archive Ends: A Graduate Conference on History and its Uses," to be held at Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, March 11 -12, 2011.
Where the archive ends, our conference begins. Join graduate students from history and related disciplines to present, explore, and discuss our research about the past in an interdisciplinary and bilingual environment. Our keynote speaker is Dr. Ruth Sandwell, Associate Professor at OISE, University of Toronto and co-director of The Great Unsolved Mysteries in Canada Project, which received the 2008 Pierre Berton Prize for best work in Canadian public history. Dr. Sandwell will speak about the role of historians as educators and researchers.
We invite proposals from any geographic and temporal period. Panel submissions are welcome. Please send submissions of approximately 500 words to firstname.lastname@example.org by January 15, 2011. Be sure to include a short biographical statement including your contact information and year of study.
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