Seminars & Conferences
The Department of International History is constantly active. Aside from research projects involving both faculty and students, and publications both internally and externally, the department takes pride in organizing or co-hosting a number of conferences every year. For some examples, past and present, have a look at the left-hand menu.
Additionally, the department hosts two seminar series throughout the year. The department's Doctoral Seminar includes interventions from a good number of guest speakers; these sessions are open to the entire department and other interested persons. The Seminar in International History is a dedicated program for local and international academics to present their latest research to the department. To see this semester's program, please visit the seminars page.
A panel during the Fondation du Bois Conference "Terrorism and International Politics," 29-30 September 2011