Graduate History Workshop — Tentative Schedule for 2009–2010
All workshops, unless advertised to the contrary, will be on Friday at 4:00pm, in room 108.
27 Nov. Jane Zhang, PhD candidate, Dept. of History. “In Quest of Mushroom Clouds:Perspectives of Nuclear-Weapon Strategy from the ChineseSide.”
11 Dec. Liu Qing, PhD candidate, Dept. of History. “Americans’ Imagination of the Far Eastand Empire Building: U.S. Responses to the Boxer Rebellion and Russo–JapaneseWar.”
25 Dec. Dr. Mike Chapman, seminar: “Writing a Proposal: Brainstorming a Thesis, Proof of Concept, and the Three Uses of Historiography.”
8 Jan. Fei Sheng, PhD candidate, Dept. of History. “The 'Environmental Image'of Colored People in Colonial Australia: A Focus on Contemporary Caricatures.”
5 Mar. Dr. Nikita Vul, Postdoctoral Fellow, Dept. of History. [Chinese Warlordism.]
19 Mar. Dr. Mike Chapman, seminar: “Gathering the Evidence: Blitzing Archives, and Source
2 Apr. Presenter required.
16 Apr. Dr. Mike Chapman, seminar: “Presenting the Evidence: Textual Immersion, Fluid Prose, and the Fine Art of Précis.”
30 Apr. Presenter required.
14 May. Dr. Mike Chapman, seminar: “Structuring the Work: Building the Argument, and Continuity by Design.”
28 May. Presenter required.
11 Jun. Dr. Mike Chapman, seminar: “Publishing a Paper: Peer Reviews, and Professional Ethics.”