By all accounts, our graduate conference yesterday ended as it began–on a very high note. I couldn’t stay for the last panel, or the socializing that evening, but everyone says it ended well. Congratulations to everyone involved in making a conference on “Failure” such a success!!!
On the heels of ours, comes Northeastern’s graduate conference, in two weeks. This came in yesterday from H-Net:
Northeastern University’s Third Annual Graduate History Conference, March
12-13, 2011, Boston, MA.
Northeastern University’s History Graduate students would like to announce
our upcoming graduate conference, Redefining World History, March 12-13,
The conference will take place on the third floor of Shillman
Hall. Registration begins at 8:15 on Saturday the 12th, and Dr. Peter Gran
(Temple University) will deliver a keynote address at 5:15 that evening. A
reception at the Dockster Hall Commons (in the Law School) will follow his
address. Panels will resume Sunday morning, and a 1:30 roundtable on
“Practicing Knowledge: Applying World History” will close the conference.
The complete schedule can be found at our website:
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