CSU Fresno: 13th Annual History Grad Student Symposium–CFP

This just came in from H-Grad a little while ago, and I like to pass along graduate conference CFPs…At Rochester, we’re on our “Second” annual conference; it looks impressive when you can say “the Thirteenth”!


The History Graduate Student Association (HGSA) at California State
University, Fresno would like to announce the 13th Annual History Graduate
Student Symposium, entitled “A Moment in Time: Interpretations of Our Past.”
 The symposium will be held on May 7, 2011.

HGSA at Fresno State is now accepting papers from graduate students in any
field of historical inquiry, especially those demonstrating innovative
and/or interdisciplinary approaches, which relate to the symposium’s theme
of “A Moment in Time: Interpretations of Our Past.”  Students working in
other disciplines throughout the Social Sciences and Humanities are also
invited to submit essays.

Please submit a 200-300 word proposal and a current curriculum vitae by *April
15, 2011* to Rowena Bermio at *rbermio23@mail.fresnostate.edu*. Upon
acceptance of the abstract, completed papers should be submitted no later
than *April 29, 2011*.

The 13th Annual History Graduate Student Symposium is sponsored by
Associated Students, Inc., the College of Social Sciences, and the
Department of History at California State University, Fresno.

For further information, please contact HGSA President Rowena Bermio at *

* or HGSA faculty advisor Dr. Maritere Lopez
at *mariterel@csufresno.edu* <mariterel@csufresno.edu>.

Rowena Bermio
President, History Graduate Student Association
California State University, Fresno

2 Replies to “CSU Fresno: 13th Annual History Grad Student Symposium–CFP”

  1. Hello,

    I am co-president of Fresno State’s HGSA, and part of the planning committee for this symposium. Thank you for re-posting this, mainly because one of the participants heard of our symposium through this website. Thank you for this re-post, and we wish you lots of luck in Rochester’s symposiums, there will be plenty more after your second. Thanks again!

  2. My pleasure! Glad it proved of use. Our second symposium went really well, and the planning committee for next year is on top of things. I’m sure yours was a splendid success. 🙂 Cheers!

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