Friday, September 20, 2013

Calling all graduate students: WHEATS now accepting applications!

WHEATS--aka  the Workshop for the History of Environment, Agriculture, Technology and Science aka one of the most inspired acronyms on the history workshop circuit--is going to be held at the University of Kansas on Feb. 7-9. This is a terrific opportunity for graduate students to workshop dissertation chapters or prospectuses. The relevant deadline is Nov. 15. The call for papers is after the jump...



CFP: Workshop for the History of the Environment, Agriculture, Technology & Sciencehttp://history.drupal.ku.edu/wheats/Feb. 7-9, 2014
University of Kansas
Department of History
Lawrence, Kansas
The University of Kansas Department of History is pleased to be hosting WHEATS in Spring 2014. Now in its tenth year, the Workshop for the History of Environment, Agriculture, Technology, and Science (WHEATS) brings together graduate students studying the history of the environment, agriculture, science, or technology. WHEATS is open to submissions from any discipline with interests in these fields. Papers — generally 25-30 pages — are circulated in advance to all participants, and at the workshop papers receive feedback from participants and senior scholars through a roundtable discussion. This format is well suited for works in progress, and the workshop will have sessions on professional development as well as opportunities to meet and engage other scholars in the KU community.
Due to logistical constraints, papers must be in English.
KU plans to provide housing, food, and some funding to help defray travel costs. Potential participants should submit a one-page abstract (200 words) and a short curriculum vitae by Nov. 15, 2013.  Submit proposals athttps://history.drupal.ku.edu/call-proposals. All submissions will be acknowledged by e-mail. Acceptance will confirmed byDec. 1, 2013.
For further information visit the workshop website<http://history.drupal.ku.edu/wheats/> or contact:
Nicholas Cunigan
njcunigan@ku.edu<mailto:njcunigan@ku.edu>

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