"Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in the Historical Narrative" Call for Papers (34th Annual UNCC GHA Forum)

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Type: 
Call for Papers
Date: 
October 28, 2021 to November 12, 2021
Location: 
North Carolina, United States
Subject Fields: 
Cultural History / Studies, Intellectual History

34th Annual University of North Carolina at Charlotte Graduate History Forum

"Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in the Historical Narrative"

January 21 & 22, 2022

Call for Papers

Students interested in presenting at the conference please submit a 5-line summary of your research, alongside a traditional 250-word abstract and curriculum vitae (CV), by Friday, November 12, 2021. All accepted presenters will be notified in an email by Wednesday, December 1, 2021. Accepted presenters will have until Thursday, December 30, 2021, to submit completed papers, not to exceed fifty pages. All initial submissions should be inputted through this form: https://forms.gle/Z1hkBqQMF3UB2NV76. All subsequent questions and correspondence should be emailed to: gha@uncc.edu.

Awards recognizing research excellence will be presented to the best overall PhD., M.A., and undergraduate papers. The conference will be in-person, but we fully expect and encourage those who cannot attend in-person to attend the conference via Zoom. 

The Graduate History Association at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte is proud to announce that our 34th Annual Graduate Association Forum will take place on January 21 & 22, 2022. The forum is an excellent occasion for student scholars to showcase their research in front of their peers, as well as experts from a variety of historical fields. We are pleased to announce Letitia Woods Brown Memorial Book Prize winner and professor of U.S. history at Rutgers University, Dr. Tiffany M. Gill, as our keynote speaker, and Dr. Maren Ehlers, Honorable Mention for the John Whitney Hall Book Prize and professor of Japanese history at University of North Carolina at Charlotte, as our distinguished speaker.

The theme for this year's conference is "Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in the Historical Narrative." As historians, we have a duty and obligation to bring historical accounts to light no matter where they happened or to whom they occurred. This forum encourages researchers to look at those places and peoples who have been marginalized in our fields and broaden our shared understanding of history by bringing their stories to life. Take this as a call-to-research to reconstruct a fuller picture of the past from all perspectives of the historical narrative. We look forward to hearing the fruitful results of your research as you examine new avenues in the study of the past.

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