Come join us tomorrow, February 24, for the History Graduate Student Association's 12th annual conference:
"Power and Persuasion: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Constructing and Contesting Legitimacy"
This event is open to all, and will feature panels such as "Dignity and Identity in African American Life," "At the Intersection of Church and Polity," and "The Contested Nation," as well as a Keynote by Kimberly Welch of Vanderbilt University titled "Black Litigants: Rethinking Race and the Law in the Antebellum American South." In addition to all of this, we will be holding and undergraduate workshop panel on taking undergraduate work and turning it into material for a graduate degree.
The Conference will be held on the 2nd floor of Taliaferro Hall, 9:00am-4:10pm. Feel free to join us for any part of the day, or the day in its entirety.
Please see the poster below for more information.