BrANCH Postgraduate and Early Career Workshop, 27th March 2015

BrANCH Postgraduate and Early Career Workshop

University of Reading

Friday 27 March 2015

We are pleased to invite papers for the BrANCH postgraduate and early career workshop, to be held at the University of Reading on 27 March, 2015. The Workshop provides a forum for the constructive consideration and discussion of thesis chapters, potential journal submissions and conference papers. Submissions are encouraged for individual papers from postgraduate and early career academics working on all aspects of US history in the long nineteenth century.

We intend the workshop to become a valuable medium for young scholars to bring exciting new scholarship to the table. The workshop also provides an excellent opportunity for those of us at the early stages of our academic careers to meet up outside the annual BrANCH conference. Thanks to the University of Reading, limited funding is available to subsidise the travel of those presenting their work.

We intend to circulate papers ahead of the workshop. In order to give all submissions due consideration, brief proposals of no more than 300 words should be submitted by 23rd January 2015. Submissions should be emailed to branch.pg.conference@gmail.com

If you are interested in submitting a paper, or would like to register your interest in attending, we look forward to hearing from you.

Kind Regards,
Andrea Livesey and Rosie Knight
BrANCH Postgraduate Representatives

BrANCH (British Association of American Nineteenth Century Historians)

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