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CUNY Graduate Center PhD Program in History Prospective Applicant Open House

Curious about getting a History PhD? This event will be a unique opportunity for potential applicants to meet with Executive Officer Joel Allen, as well as other faculty and current doctoral students in the program. Detailed information will be provided

CUNY Graduate Center PhD Program in History Prospective Applicant Open House

Curious about getting a History PhD? This event will be a unique opportunity for potential applicants to meet with Executive Officer Joel Allen, as well as other faculty and current doctoral students in the program. Detailed information will be provided

10/3 – Presentation by the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs (peer mentor workshop)

Come to this presentation to learn about Alternative funding sources Grant and fellowship opportunities Resources for students Proposal review and editing And more! from Edith Gonzalez from the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs. October 3: 10:00-12:00 PhD Program in

10/3 – Presentation by the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs (peer mentor workshop)

Come to this presentation to learn about Alternative funding sources Grant and fellowship opportunities Resources for students Proposal review and editing And more! from Edith Gonzalez from the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs. October 3: 10:00-12:00 PhD Program in

10/4 – A Divided Memory: French Memory of WWII (1945-2019) – A talk by Olivier Wieviorka

The French memory of WWII has evolved since the glorious days of the Liberation. In 1944-1945, it praised heroes and military exploits of the Shadow Fighters while it nowadays stresses the dark side of the hill – the Holocaust and

10/4 – A Divided Memory: French Memory of WWII (1945-2019) – A talk by Olivier Wieviorka

The French memory of WWII has evolved since the glorious days of the Liberation. In 1944-1945, it praised heroes and military exploits of the Shadow Fighters while it nowadays stresses the dark side of the hill – the Holocaust and

September 20 – Teaching Conversations Workshop: Your first month of teaching (brought to you by the Peer Mentors)

Peer Mentor Program Teaching Conversations Your first month of teaching   This event is focused on first time instructors, but all students and instructors are welcome to attend Friday, September 20 12:00 PM |Thesis Room (5114) Light Lunch Provided! RSVP

September 20 – Teaching Conversations Workshop: Your first month of teaching (brought to you by the Peer Mentors)

Peer Mentor Program Teaching Conversations Your first month of teaching   This event is focused on first time instructors, but all students and instructors are welcome to attend Friday, September 20 12:00 PM |Thesis Room (5114) Light Lunch Provided! RSVP

September 16 – History alumna Dr. Lindsay Sarah Krasnoff on “Communicating Outside the Academy: Finding your voice and telling your story”

Many of us are used to expressing ourselves in the classroom or through the formulaic forums of academic research, writing, and conferences, but how do you communicate your expertise outside of academia? This workshop will provide a 360-degree approach to

September 16 – History alumna Dr. Lindsay Sarah Krasnoff on “Communicating Outside the Academy: Finding your voice and telling your story”

Many of us are used to expressing ourselves in the classroom or through the formulaic forums of academic research, writing, and conferences, but how do you communicate your expertise outside of academia? This workshop will provide a 360-degree approach to

Introducing the 2019-2020 PhD Program in History Peer Mentors

A student-led group for students. Email us at gchistorymentors@gmail.com. Do not hesitate to send us your questions or say hello when you see us in the history lounge! (And check out their site!)

Introducing the 2019-2020 PhD Program in History Peer Mentors

A student-led group for students. Email us at gchistorymentors@gmail.com. Do not hesitate to send us your questions or say hello when you see us in the history lounge! (And check out their site!)

May 22 – Lunchtime Seminar on College Teaching with Prof. John Blanton

HOSTED BY THE PEER MENTOR PROGRAM Food will be provided   Wednesday, May 22nd at 12:00pm Thesis Room 5114.01, 5th Floor RSVP to gchistorymentors@gmail.com Open to all Phd Program in History students.

May 22 – Lunchtime Seminar on College Teaching with Prof. John Blanton

HOSTED BY THE PEER MENTOR PROGRAM Food will be provided   Wednesday, May 22nd at 12:00pm Thesis Room 5114.01, 5th Floor RSVP to gchistorymentors@gmail.com Open to all Phd Program in History students.

May 24 – Middle East and Middle Eastern American Center CONFERENCE: Centennial of the 1919 Egyptian Revolution

The 1919 Egyptian Revolution changed Egypt, affecting politics, culture, history, and art, and reverberating globally. Speakers at this conference will cover the impact of the 1919 Egyptian Revolution on society and law.    

May 24 – Middle East and Middle Eastern American Center CONFERENCE: Centennial of the 1919 Egyptian Revolution

The 1919 Egyptian Revolution changed Egypt, affecting politics, culture, history, and art, and reverberating globally. Speakers at this conference will cover the impact of the 1919 Egyptian Revolution on society and law.    

May 15: end-of-semester meetings and revels!

3-4 Faculty meeting in room 9207 4-5 Faculty/student meeting in the lounge 5-? Celebration! Revels! Party!

May 15: end-of-semester meetings and revels!

3-4 Faculty meeting in room 9207 4-5 Faculty/student meeting in the lounge 5-? Celebration! Revels! Party!

May 10 – Power and Democracy in Early America (the Fifth Annual EARS Graduate Student Conference)

Registration: 8:00am – 9:00am in the History Lounge, Room 5114   I. Session 1 (9:00am – 10:30am) Panel 1: The Contested and the Creative in the History of ‘the American Conflict’  —Rm. 5409 Chair: Andrew Lang, The Graduate Center, CUNY Comment:

May 10 – Power and Democracy in Early America (the Fifth Annual EARS Graduate Student Conference)

Registration: 8:00am – 9:00am in the History Lounge, Room 5114   I. Session 1 (9:00am – 10:30am) Panel 1: The Contested and the Creative in the History of ‘the American Conflict’  —Rm. 5409 Chair: Andrew Lang, The Graduate Center, CUNY Comment:

April 18 – Archival Research Workshop (brought to you by the Peer Mentors)

best practices, strategies, and tips – whether you’re drowning in images or desperate for sources GC Peer Mentors Program Archival Research Workshop         Thursday, April 18 at 1:00-2:00pm Dissertation Room, 5114 (History Lounge) Free Food Provided!  

April 18 – Archival Research Workshop (brought to you by the Peer Mentors)

best practices, strategies, and tips – whether you’re drowning in images or desperate for sources GC Peer Mentors Program Archival Research Workshop         Thursday, April 18 at 1:00-2:00pm Dissertation Room, 5114 (History Lounge) Free Food Provided!  

CONGRATULATIONS to the following Students and Recent Alumni!

We are so proud of your accomplishments! Arinn Amer won the $500 Koonja Mitchell Memorial Prize awarded by the Women’s Studies Certificate Program and has been awarded the $20,000 E.P. Thompson Dissertation Fellowship. Andrew Alger has a forthcoming article, “Homes for

CONGRATULATIONS to the following Students and Recent Alumni!

We are so proud of your accomplishments! Arinn Amer won the $500 Koonja Mitchell Memorial Prize awarded by the Women’s Studies Certificate Program and has been awarded the $20,000 E.P. Thompson Dissertation Fellowship. Andrew Alger has a forthcoming article, “Homes for

March 25 – First Year Workshop

Come to the First Year Workshop with the Peer Mentors! Monday at 12:30 – free pizza!

March 25 – First Year Workshop

Come to the First Year Workshop with the Peer Mentors! Monday at 12:30 – free pizza!

April 3 – Cindy Lobel will be recognized at the 2019 GC Alumni Awards Ceremony

We recognize the tremendous talents of our scholarly community with the prestigious Graduate Center Alumni Awards. Please help us celebrate our honorees by joining us here at The Graduate Center on Wednesday, April 3, 2019 at 6:00pm in the William

April 3 – Cindy Lobel will be recognized at the 2019 GC Alumni Awards Ceremony

We recognize the tremendous talents of our scholarly community with the prestigious Graduate Center Alumni Awards. Please help us celebrate our honorees by joining us here at The Graduate Center on Wednesday, April 3, 2019 at 6:00pm in the William