This annual conference is an excellent place to present research in History. This year we have three sections in history; Medieval Studies, History of Science, and general History. The Medieval Studies section is looking for papers in all areas of medieval history, including medieval art, literature, languages and archeology. Unlike many large national meetings, the Michigan Academy conference offers a low-stress option for faculty, graduate students, and undergraduate students to present their research and get valuable feedback. The conference also provides many opportunities to rekindle past (or develop new) research relationships, to catch up on old times, and to stay abreast of research in Michigan and the U.S. Please consider participating!
The abstract submission deadline is December 4, 2013. To submit an abstract, go to the Michigan Academy website: themichiganacademy.org and click on the “Submit your Abstract” text on the left side of the page. Presenters will be given approximately 15-20 minutes to present their papers with an opportunity to receive questions and feedback and engage in discussion.
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