We are seeking panelists for a roundtable for ASEH 2013 that will focus on interdisciplinary approaches to graduate school. The session will be framed around: 1) discussing the challenges and benefits of pursuing interdisciplinary work as a graduate student; and 2) connecting graduate students undertaking interdisciplinary work. Because we are hoping to create a forum for graduate student conversation, we are looking for either current graduate students or recent graduates involved in interdisciplinary programs or projects, and we especially encourage non-historian participation. Potential talking points include research, coursework, networking, service, etc…
If you are interested contact either Mary Swanson at firstname.lastname@example.org or Brandon Luedtke at B.Luedtke@ku.edu.
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