The University of Nebraska-Lincolnís History Graduate Students' Association will host the seventh annual James A. Rawley Graduate Conference in the Humanities on March 31 at the Homestead National Monument of America in Beatrice, Nebraska. Graduate students from across the country will present their work and participate in panel discussions focusing on the theme of "Shifting Boundaries: Expansion, Invasion, and Violence in the West." This interdisciplinary conference explores the many facets of expansion into and invasion of the North American West. The keynote panel, "Looking Forward: The Challenges, Directions, and Futures of Western History," will be a discussion on issues of Western history featuring Sarah Carter, Elliott West, and John R. Wunder. Conference events are free, and open to the public. See the HGSA website for more details.
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