The Corcoran Department of History at The University of Virginia is pleased to announce its Annual Graduate Student Conference on Historicizing the Present. The conference will be held at the University’s campus on February 23, 2013, and will include a keynote address by Thavolia Glymph (Duke University) with a reception following.
The Program Committee for 2013 invites proposals from graduate students nationwide for individual papers on all topics related to Historicizing the Present from its pre-colonial era to today. We encourage students to submit papers that consider the relationship between historical events and our current world. We seek proposals employing innovative approaches and interdisciplinary research. In addition, for the 2013 meeting in Charlottesville, it extends a special welcome to proposals relating to but not limited to: