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Panel Schedule for the 17th Annual International Conference on Transatlantic History

 

Thursday 10/20

3:30PM – 4:30PM: Registration
Location: Lobby of Red River / Concho

4:30PM – 5:00PM: Welcome and Coffee
Location: Concho

5:00PM – 6:00PM: Opening Roundtable
Location: Red River

6:00PM – 7:30PM: Private Reception
Location: Concho

7:30PM: Opening Key Note – Dr. Jace Weaver – University of Georgia, “The New Atlantic History” 
Location: Red River

 

Panel Summaries from the 17th Annual International Conference on Transatlantic History at the University of Texas at Arlington

H-Slavery is delighted to publish the following Panel Summaries from the 17th Annual International Conference on Transatlantic History at the University of Texas at Arlington.  We are grateful to Gina G. Bennett, Brandon Blakeslee, Charles Grand, Jacob Jones, William Kingren, and Stephanie Sulik of the History Department at the University of Texas at Arlington for authoring these overviews.  We also thank Lydia Towns for spearheading this conference collaboration with H-Slavery. 

Panel 1: Native American Borderlands 

"Black Bodies": Rutgers Center for Historical Analysis Post-Doctoral Fellowship

The Rutgers School of Arts and Sciences and the Rutgers Center for Historical Analysis invite applications from all disciplines for two positions as post-doctoral associates participating in the Center’s seminar for academic year 2017-2018 on “Black Bodies,” directed by Professors Marisa Fuentes and Bayo Holsey, Rutgers Department of History.

The First NPS National Monument to Reconstruction is Established

President Obama has designated three new national monuments dedicated to Civil War and Civil Rights history to be run by the National Park Service, including a national monument dedicated to Reconstruction in South Carolina. Here's an excerpt from the Department of the Interior's announcement on the new National Monuments:

CFP: CUNY Early American Republic Seminar Third Annual Graduate Student Conference (Deadline Extended)

Call for Papers: Deadline Extended to January 25th
CUNY Early American Republic Seminar Third Annual Graduate Student Conference
De-Centering Early America: Intersections, Interstices, and Interactions
May 12th, 2017


Keynote Speaker: Edward Countryman, University Distinguished Professor, Southern Methodist University

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