Call for Papers: Race, Memory, and Public History

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Call for Papers
January 21, 2022
Florida, United States
Subject Fields: 
African American History / Studies, Atlantic History / Studies, European History / Studies, Latin American and Caribbean History / Studies


Florida International University

Department of History Graduate Student Association - DOHGSA -

(DOHGSA), is pleased to announce our 21st annual Graduate Student Conference: “Race, Memory, and Public History.” The event will be in person on Friday April 1st, 2022 on the Modesto A. Maidique Campus (MMC) at Florida International University. The current pandemic will be carefully monitored; adaptation will be made if necessary.

The conference will feature a mixed format that includes panels and workshops. We solicit presentations that feature recent trends in oral history, digital history, and quantitative analysis as they pertain to themes of Race, Memory and post Memory, conceptualizations of time and temporality, and historical justice achieved through public history.

Proposal Guidelines

Please limit proposals to a 300-word abstract. Proposals should include a working title and a brief description of the topic, including a clear thesis statement. Please include a current curriculum vitae with each application. We welcome submissions for individual papers based on well-developed and polished research projects. Upon acceptance, final papers must be submitted by March 4th, 2022. Please submit proposals and application materials to


Contact Info: 

Gremaud Angee

Florida International University 

DOHGSA President