7 September 2012
Venue: Room 43 and Room 59, 7 Wynyard Street (Building 223)
Host: The Department of History
The Department of History proudly announces its annual Graduate Conference Day, when current MA and PhD students present their research.
Sessions cover a wide range of topics in medieval, early modern and modern history, including papers which focus on sex, medicine, gender and religious identities, social justice movements, politics, violence, migration, and travel. Papers also range geographically, with most focussing on histories of New Zealand, the Pacific, parts of Europe or the United States. A final session will be chaired by two visiting historians, Charlotte Macdonald (Victoria University of Wellington) and Miranda Johnson (University of Sydney), who will provide concluding comments and lead discussion.
The conference is organised by Ryan Bogardus, Victoria Brauer, Linda Bryder, Kimberley Cook, Genevieve de Pont, Sarah Greer, Samantha Salisbury and Willem van Gent.
For more information please see the programme, or contact Graduate Adviser Linda Bryder.