Monthly Archives: October 2012

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Professional Development: Advice on Applying for Tenure-Track Jobs from a Recent Graduate

By Evan Friss, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of History at James Madison University and a 2011 graduate of the CUNY-GC History Program Go Early I remember going to one of the job market roundtables hosted by the department at which one

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Professional Development: Advice on Applying for Tenure-Track Jobs from a Recent Graduate

By Evan Friss, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of History at James Madison University and a 2011 graduate of the CUNY-GC History Program Go Early I remember going to one of the job market roundtables hosted by the department at which one

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Introducing the History Program Blog Professional Development Series

We post once per week on the History Program Blog about topics related to professional development including the academic job market, careers outside of academia, winning grants and fellowships, publishing, conferencing, and networking. We hope to cultivate a variety of

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Introducing the History Program Blog Professional Development Series

We post once per week on the History Program Blog about topics related to professional development including the academic job market, careers outside of academia, winning grants and fellowships, publishing, conferencing, and networking. We hope to cultivate a variety of

Communities of Discourse: Fifth Annual Intellectual History Conference

Nov 1, 2012 (All Day) – Nov 2, 2012 (All Day) | Conference Communities of Discourse: Fifth Annual Intellectual History Conference David Hollinger Jack M. Balkin Sam Tanenhaus Orlando Patterson Join us for the Fifth Annual Intellectual History Conference, whose

Communities of Discourse: Fifth Annual Intellectual History Conference

Nov 1, 2012 (All Day) – Nov 2, 2012 (All Day) | Conference Communities of Discourse: Fifth Annual Intellectual History Conference David Hollinger Jack M. Balkin Sam Tanenhaus Orlando Patterson Join us for the Fifth Annual Intellectual History Conference, whose

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University of Maryland, College Park Graduate Student Association Conference

CALL FOR PAPERS 8th Annual History Graduate Student Association Conference University of Maryland, College Park The University of Maryland, College Park’s History Graduate Student Association is excited to announce its 8th Annual History Graduate Student Conference on Friday, February 22,

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University of Maryland, College Park Graduate Student Association Conference

CALL FOR PAPERS 8th Annual History Graduate Student Association Conference University of Maryland, College Park The University of Maryland, College Park’s History Graduate Student Association is excited to announce its 8th Annual History Graduate Student Conference on Friday, February 22,

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Vanderbilt University Graduate Student Conference

New Approaches to History Call for Papers Department of History, Vanderbilt University 2013 Music City Graduate Student Conference Nashville, TN February 15th, 2013 The graduate students of Vanderbilt University’s Department of History invite doctoral students to submit proposals for our

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Vanderbilt University Graduate Student Conference

New Approaches to History Call for Papers Department of History, Vanderbilt University 2013 Music City Graduate Student Conference Nashville, TN February 15th, 2013 The graduate students of Vanderbilt University’s Department of History invite doctoral students to submit proposals for our

“‘Erasing or Erecting Boundaries?’: A Conversation about Brazilian and Latin American Studies.”

“‘Erasing or Erecting Boundaries?’: A Conversation about Brazilian and Latin American Studies.” Friday, November 2nd (3:30-5:30), 201 Casa Hispánica, 612 W. 116th St. “Concepts Are Nothing but Tools’: On letters from the field(work)” Olívia Maria Gomes da Cunha (Anthropology, Universidade

“‘Erasing or Erecting Boundaries?’: A Conversation about Brazilian and Latin American Studies.”

“‘Erasing or Erecting Boundaries?’: A Conversation about Brazilian and Latin American Studies.” Friday, November 2nd (3:30-5:30), 201 Casa Hispánica, 612 W. 116th St. “Concepts Are Nothing but Tools’: On letters from the field(work)” Olívia Maria Gomes da Cunha (Anthropology, Universidade

Canadian Trans Performance Artist – Nina Arsenault

The Center for Lesbian and Gay Studies (CLAGS) presents Performing Que(e)ries Part I: Canadian Trans Performance Artist Nina Arsenault (Moderated by J. Paul Halferty) 10/26 Segal Theatre CUNY Graduate Center 7pm-9pm *This event has limited space. Nina Arsenault is a

Canadian Trans Performance Artist – Nina Arsenault

The Center for Lesbian and Gay Studies (CLAGS) presents Performing Que(e)ries Part I: Canadian Trans Performance Artist Nina Arsenault (Moderated by J. Paul Halferty) 10/26 Segal Theatre CUNY Graduate Center 7pm-9pm *This event has limited space. Nina Arsenault is a

Taxpayer Identity Politics in the Era of the Tea Party

Friday, October 26th, 4:00pm Taxpayer Identity Politics in the Era of the Tea Party Sandra Morgen Room C415A   How has a conservative-taxpayer identity come to shape the tea party’s anti-tax, small-government agenda? The tea party movement emerged in early

Taxpayer Identity Politics in the Era of the Tea Party

Friday, October 26th, 4:00pm Taxpayer Identity Politics in the Era of the Tea Party Sandra Morgen Room C415A   How has a conservative-taxpayer identity come to shape the tea party’s anti-tax, small-government agenda? The tea party movement emerged in early