Workshop in U.S. History
Inaugurated in 2010 and organized by graduate students, the Workshop in U.S. History aims to provide a forum for discussing intellectual and professional issues in the study of American history. Primarily, it is a venue for graduate students, faculty, outside speakers, and any other interested parties to present papers and discuss topics in professional development (e.g., acquiring grants and publishing articles in peer-reviewed journals). Readings are distributed in advance, and meetings consist of lively discussion. Currently, the workshop meets once a month. Papers are made available on Reserves Direct at Hist. 997-11. For more information, contact Colin Reynolds (email@example.com) or Scott Libson (firstname.lastname@example.org).