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Syracuse Graduate History Conference: ‘Articulations of Power’
March 25, 2011
For the first time, SU’s graduate history conference will welcome participants from the Central New York region and beyond. Twenty-eight graduate students will be delivering papers under the theme “Articulations of Power.” The conference is hosted by the history
department’s Future Professoriate Program. The program will begin with registration and coffee in 151 Eggers Hall at 8:30 am. Attendance is open and welcome for anyone from the Syracuse University community and beyond.
Suzanne Mariko Miller, assistant professor of history at George Washington University, will deliver the plenary address: “Coercion, Persuasion, and Resistance: Negotiating Foreign Dominion in the Middle Ages.” The plenary session will take place in 220 Eggers Hall at 1:45-3 p.m.
Contact Person: Laurie Marhoefer