Full Program and Registration for Crossroads: The Future of Graduate History Education

Jordan Reed Announcement
New Jersey, United States
Subject Fields
Digital Humanities, Graduate Studies, History Education, Humanities, Public History

The full program for Crossroads: The Future of Graduate History Education has been released on our website. The conference will contribute to the growing discussion in the historical discipline about the state of the field and where it needs to go next.

You can register for Crossroads at the conference website. Registration costs $75 for faculty and professionals. We offer a discounted $50 rate for graduate students and independent scholars.

Program Highlights:

For faculty and history professionals, the conference will feature many sessions pertaining to pedagogical and administrative challenges graduate programs face. James Grossman, Executive Director of the American Historical Association, will moderate a panel featuring the AHA’sCareer Diversity for Historians Initiative. We will also feature keynote addresses from Robert Townsend, Director for the Washington Office of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, and Leonard Cassuto, author of The Graduate School Mess: What Caused It and How We Can Fix It.

For graduate students and early career professionals, in addition to all the sessions listed above we will also be featuring a panel of the leading consultants helping graduate students transition into the professional world. Jennifer Polk of From PhD to Life, Maren Wood of Lilli Research Group, and Heidi Giusto of Career Path Writing Solutions will be present to offer their perspective on the career preparation.

Contact Information

Email: crossroads@drew.edu

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