45th Annual Susman CFP: Small, but Mighty [Rutgers-New Brunswick Interdisciplinary Graduate Conference]

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Call for Papers
January 25, 2023
United States
Subject Fields: 
African American History / Studies, Geography, Latin American and Caribbean History / Studies, Race / Ethnic Studies, Women's & Gender History / Studies

The Susman Conference Steering Committee at the Rutgers-New Brunswick Department of History would like your help in distributing the attached call for papers for the 45th Annual Susman Graduate Conference on April 7, 2023. For this special anniversary of Susman, we are thrilled to announce the return to a fully in-person conference on Rutgers-New Brunswick’s College Avenue campus! Please click here to view the CFP for more details.

This year, our theme is “Small, but Mighty: Celebrating Big Histories of Marginalized Individuals, Spaces, and Communities.” We welcome papers from graduate students in history and other disciplines who use microhistory as a methodology, as well as students who write about "small" or marginalized groups or geographies. Abstracts of up to 300 words with a working title, as well as a one-page curriculum vitae, should be sent by January 25, 2023, to susmanconf@history.rutgers.edu. Selected participants will be notified of their acceptance by mid-February.

Please feel free to reach out with any questions. Thank you!

Contact Info: 

The 45th Susman Graduate Steering Committee

A.J. Boyd, Sarah Coffman, Kiran Baldeo, Isaac Guzman, Rosa Cordero Cruz

PhD students, History, Rutgers-New Brunswick