History of Education Society Annual Meeting

| October 29, 2010

Calling Fellow Graduate Students in Education, History, & related fields:

Please join us for the History of Education Society annual meeting in Cambridge, Massachusetts, November 4-7, 2010

Highlights Include:
* A special presentation by Bernard Bailyn, one of our nation’s eminent historians, about his contributions to the history of education
* Excellent training and networking opportunities for current and prospective graduate students in the history of education and related fields
(urban history, African-American studies, sociology, philosophy, etc.)
* Collegial, welcoming environment for graduate students
* Registration Waiver for graduate students whose home institutions do not provide financial support for conference travel
* Student dinner with leading scholars in the field (Friday evening)
* Graduate student workshops: The first is “How Historians Research, Write, and Publish: The Art of Crafting Dissertations and Books in Educational History” (http://writinghistory.trincoll.edu).

The second is “Open Space for Graduate Students², a session for graduate students to connect with one another and address topics of interest.
* A chance for those wishing to present in the future to gain insight about the conference, expectations for papers, and prospective research topics

This year¹s program includes over 50 panels and roundtables, with many luminaries in the history of education and related fields in attendance

Register at: http://www.historyofeducation.org/top_menu/annual_meeting.html

Questions? Contact Gail Wolfe (gewolfe@wustl.edu)

Originally Posted by Lydia Kim at: http://artsandhumanities.pressible.org/lydiakim917/history-of-education-society-annual-meeting