The History Graduate Student Association of Virginia Tech is pleased
to announce its 16th Annual Brian Bertoti Innovative Perspectives in
History Conference. The Bertoti Conference, being held April 5th and 6th, is a wonderful opportunity for graduate students and distinguished undergraduates to present original research in a friendly and scholarly environment.
According to tradition the two-day Bertoti conference will have two guest lectures. This year we are pleased to announce that Dr. Monica Black will be giving the keynote lecture entitled “German Miracles: Faith, Healing, and the Problem of Evil After Nazisim." Dr. Bryant Simon, distinguished lecturer of the Organization of American History, and a professor from Temple University, will be giving a lecture Saturday afternoon entitled “Learning about America from Starbucks.” Those interested in presenting are to submit a one page abstract and a brief curriculum vitae before January 18th, 2013.
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