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American History Forum

American History Forum

We are pleased to announce the ongoing American History Forum at Saint Louis University. The American History Forum is a seminar series dedicated to encouraging scholarship, providing professional development, and promoting intellectual exchange among young scholars of American History in the Graduate Program at SLU. The Forum will offer opportunities for students to present and discuss their research and build a deeper understanding of new directions in the field. The American History Forum will also feature talks by outstanding faculty members and visiting scholars. This is a chance for students in SLU's American History program to build community and collegiality. We hope the Forum will help provide a common frame of reference for American History students and faculty as we pursue our diverse research interests. Also, we cordially invite all members of the University community who are interested in American history to participate.

Click Here for Amercian History Forum Schedule for Spring 2017! 

Upcoming Events...Upcoming Events...

Wednesday, February 22, 2:00-3:00, Adorjan 243, Workshop
"What Do You Work On?": Practicing the Elevator Pitch

Thursday, March 2, 12:45-2:00, McGannon 121, Virtual Visit
Ari Kelman, author of A Misplaced Massacre

Tuesday, March 7, 12:45-2:00, Xavier 332, Visiting Scholar
Library of Congress Innovation Award Winner Ben Welsh, LA Times

Monday, March 20, 4:30-5:30, Adorjan 243, Discussion
New Historians at Work, Recent SLU PhDs James Naus and Joshua Mather

Tuesday, April 4, 1:00-2:00, Adorjan 243, Dissertation Chapter,
Eric Sears, PhD Candidate, "The Moral Economy: The Economic Boom of the 1850s and the Trans-Atlantic Culture of Labor"

Monday, April 24, 12:00-1:00, Adorjan 142, Conversation with an Editor
Sylvia Frank Rodrigue, Executive Editor, Southern Illinois University Press

For more information on AHF events, contact Bryan Winston: at winstonb@slu.edu.

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