“Revisiting and Reimagining: Heritage, Identity, and History”
Friday April 1, 2022
Florida State University
The History Graduate Student Association at Florida State University is pleased to host the 12th Annual Southeast Regional Graduate Student Conference on April 1, 2022 in Tallahassee, Florida. The theme for the conference is “Revisiting and Reimagining: Heritage, Identity, and History.” Conference panels will explore history through the lenses of identity and heritage, with special emphasis on the ways in which people remember and construct a collective past from a variety of disciplinary perspectives. While we are particularly interested in these themes, the committee also welcomes papers from any thematic, chronological, and geographic perspective. The conference is designed to foster a collaborative academic environment between and among graduate students of various disciplines and with faculty.
Graduate students at any level in the humanities and social sciences are encouraged to participate in this collegial environment. Our conference offers an opportunity for students to explore a conference setting, meet fellow graduate students, and visit a new department. Advanced students will find fertile ground for testing their ideas and for receiving feedback from peers and senior academics. We hope you will join us.
We are pleased to announce that Dr. Beau Gaitors, Assistant Professor at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, will present the Keynote Speech. Information on Dr. Gaitors can be found here.
The deadline for applications is February 13, 2022
We accept both complete panels and individual papers. Individual submissions should include a 300-word (or less) abstract, and a curriculum vitae. Panel proposals should include a 200-word description of the panel’s topic as well as the individual abstracts and vitae. When submitting, please indicate whether you are interested in presenting in person or via Zoom.
Please email all submissions to Southeastregionalgrad@gmail.com
Additional Information for Presenters
Each room will be equipped with a Windows-based computer, screen, and sound system. We strongly encourage presenters to email PowerPoints, etc. before the conference or to bring a flash drive with the presentation on it.
Most Florida State Parking Lots are reserved for FSU students, faculty, and staff until about 4:30/5:00PM on Fridays. Lots are clearly marked with when parking rules are in effect.
Information on visitor parking can be found here.