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Students Host 11th Annual Power & Struggle Conference

The 11th Annual Graduate History Conference on Power and Struggle went off last weekend without a hitch. On Friday night, Dr. Vanessa Holden, of the University of Kentucky, delivered a keynote address on accessing tight-knit communities as an outsider, especially when the subject surrounding such communal closeness is wrought with contention. Her talk on the […]

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GHA Holds Conference on Power and Struggle

This past weekend, graduate students in the Department of History held the ninth annual Conference on Power and Struggle. Dr. Kate Brown of the University of Maryland delivered the keynote address at the opening banquet on Friday, speaking about the afterlives of Chernobyl. On Saturday, there were four sessions with two panels each, covering a […]

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Power & Struggle Conference Begins Friday, September 22

Registration for the 2017 Power & Struggle Conference will begin on Friday, September 22, at 5:00 pm, in Smith Hall. A reception will follow from 5:30-6, supper from 6-7:00, and the keynote address from Dr. Kate Brown, Professor of History at the University of Maryland, Baltimore, will begin at 7:00 pm. Saturday’s events begin at 8:00 am […]

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GHA Named Outstanding Professional Organization of the Year

On April 18, 2016, the Office of Student Involvement’s annual Service and Leadership Awards Ceremony named the Graduate History Association the Outstanding Professional Organization for 2015-2016 at the University of Alabama. Though the GHA does several things throughout the year, the awards committee was particularly impressed by their annual conference, which has truly been an […]

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