Call for Papers- University of Maine/University of New Brunswick 17th Annual Graduate Conference

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Type: 
Call for Papers
Date: 
June 30, 2016
Location: 
Maine, United States
Subject Fields: 
American History / Studies, Atlantic History / Studies, Canadian History / Studies, Graduate Studies, Humanities

 

Call for Papers

17th Annual University of Maine/ University of New Brunswick International Graduate Student Conference

Time, Space, and Place

October 28th to 29th, 2016

 

The history graduate students of the University of Maine and University of New Brunswick wish to announce the 17th Annual International Graduate Student Conference on October 28-29, 2016. In past years, the conference has attracted participants from a number of universities throughout the United States and Canada. This year’s event will be hosted on the University of Maine campus in Orono, Maine.

We invite all interested graduate students, from any university or college, to submit proposals on any topic related to the theme of Time, Space, and Place. The conference is designed to offer graduate students the opportunity to share their research before an audience of their peers and foster international professional relationships.

 

Dr. Sasha Mullally will deliver the keynote address on October 28th, 2016. Her initial research explored  the social and cultural histories of health and medicine in 19th and 20th century North America. She has begun a new research project that will explore the gendered professional and community roles of women physicians in rural and small town practices of Nova Scotia and Massachusetts from 1880 to 1930.She is also part of two collaborative research projects.  She is Principal Investigator on a project, supported by an Insight Development Grant from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) of Canada and co-investigator on a history of Medical Diasporas in Canada. With Dr. Wright, she is producing a book that examines the transnational history of physician migration in the second half of the twentieth century, looking 'outward' from Canada.

 

Please submit a proposal of 500 words or less and a Curriculum Vitae to umaineunb@gmail.com by Thursday, June 30th.

 
Contact Info: 

Brittany Goetting

University of Maine Ph.D. Student, Univeristy of Maine History Graduate Student Association, University of Maine- University of New Brunswick Event Organizer 

brittany.cathey@maine.edu

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