North Carolina History Graduate Student Conference
Now in its ninth year, the North Carolina Graduate Student History Conference enables student panelists the opportunity to present their research in a formal, professional setting, engage the ideas of their peers, and to receive comments from nationally recognized faculty from within the Research Triangle. The conference is student run and organized through the NCSU History Graduate Student Association.
Our keynote speaker this year is Scott Reynolds Nelson, the Legum Professor of History at the College of William and Mary. His public talk is entitled, “Global Financial Crises: What Historians Know and Economists Do Not.”
A complimentary lunch will be available for all participants and attendees who pre-register before February 16, 2013.
The program features presentations by graduate students from around the country and comments by faculty from the Research Triangle.