The theme of this year’s McGill-Queen’s Graduate Conference in History, to be held at McGill University on February 28 – March 1, 2014, is “Secrecy & Subversion.” These topics are of current academic interest and research, and we invite Masters and Doctoral level students to submit proposals addressing these questions in their fields. Proposals will be selected based on their potential to facilitate cross-disciplinary discussion, engagement with the conference theme, and their originality.
Please send an abstract of 250 words, a title to be included in the conference program, along with a short bio by December 19, 2013. Individual as well as panel applications will be accepted; panel submissions should include a brief paragraph describing the panel in addition to the individual abstracts. Nous invitons les participants à soumettre des propositions en français ou en anglais. We invite participants to submit papers in either English or French. The theme of the conference will be discussed by our keynote speaker, Dr. Caroline Elkins of Harvard University. Dr. Elkins’ research focuses on colonial Africa, and her book Imperial Reckoning (Holt, 2005) was awarded the 2006 Pulitzer Prize for General Non-Fiction.
Please send all abstracts and queries to firstname.lastname@example.org
Appel à communication, Conférence en Histoire de McGill-Queen’s, 2014.
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