The Department of History’s 10th Annual Graduate World History Conference will be taking place on Saturday the 24th and Sunday the 25th of March 2018. This year’s conference is entitled Interrogating Boundaries: Mapping the Mental and Material in World History. The event has attracted a record number of submissions and 62 graduate students from 34 universities around the world will be coming to present their work across a full two day program. The conference will be highlighted by the keynote address on Saturday evening, this year presented by renowned historical anthropologist Ann Laura Stoler. Professor Stoler will be giving a paper entitled “‘INTERIOR FRONTIERS’: dangerous concepts in our times”. All are welcome to attend. The conference will be held in West Village H rooms 108 & 110 from 9am to 4:30pm on both days, with the Keynote taking place in West Village F room 020 at 5pm on Saturday the 24th.
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