North Carolina History Graduate Student Conference

Now in its tenth 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.

2014 Program

This year's program features a keynote by Sumathi Ramaswamy entitled "Global Encounters, Terrestrial Lessons, Worldly Selves." The conference will be held on Saturday, March 22, 2014. 

Past Conference Programs

Registration

Registration is now open! Lunch will only be provided for those who register before Friday, March 7, 2014.

Paper Submission

The deadline for paper submissions is February 14, 2014.

Presenter Confirmations

Presenters must confirm their acceptance of a paper slot by January 3, 2014.

Call for papers

The NCSU Graduate Student History Conference provides a friendly and welcoming environment for scholarly interaction and professional development. The graduate student history conference is open to all history graduate students. Individual paper proposals are welcome on any historical topic and time period, including public history. Each presentation will last approximately 15 minutes, and each panel will be followed by comments from area faculty as well as general discussion. Selected presenters will have the option to be published in a professionally refereed online journal. Travel funding is available for exceptional papers. Interested students should submit a proposal of no more than 250 words along with a current CV by Friday, November 29, 2013.

What Students
Are Saying

With the resources of three major research universities (NCSU, UNC and Duke) at your disposal, the personalized attention you receive, and the brilliant faculty who work with you one-on-one, pursuing graduate study in History at NCSU is a wonderful opportunity.  I feel incredibly lucky to be part of a program that goes out of its way to create opportunities for its graduate students: through funding, travel fellowships, and research opportunities with some of the leading faculty in their field.

Serena Elliott
Candidate for M.A. in History
BA, History and English, U.C. Berkeley

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