Keewatin offers graduate students and top undergraduate students an opportunity to present their research in a collegial, scholarly environment. It also serves as an opportunity to build relationships and networks with students and faculty from nearby institutions.
At Keewatin 2013 we want to spark conversations about historical study and the accessibility of historical research. Presenters can address any aspect of their current research activities (theoretical concepts, the research process, or preliminary results), or provide commentary on accessing historical resources, or on the process of memorialisation. We invite papers from a variety of disciplinary perspectives, including all periods and topics in History, Art History, Historical Geography, Archival Studies and related disciplines.
DATE: The conference will take place at Wanuskewin Heritage Park outside Saskatoon, from April 25-27, 2013.
DEADLINE: Please submit abstracts of up to 300 words or full panel abstracts (4 papers maximum) to email@example.com before January 30, 2012.