GHA Holds Conference on Power and Struggle

This image shows a panel presenter speaking in a ten Hoor classroom and another attendee sitting at a table.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 broad array of topics and geographical foci. Participants, who came from all over the United States, presented interesting and innovative research, and contributed to lively conversations about the past. Congratulations to the Coordinating Committee of the Graduate History Conference on an excellent event!

This image shows several graduate students manning the registration desk.

This image shows several graduate students eating lunch in the Summersell Room.

This image shows the inside of Smith Hall as the keynote speaker delivers her address.

This image shows the UA graduate students who organized and hosted the event, along with the keynote speaker.