DARKNESS AND LIGHT: The Polarities that Divide History and the Shades of Gray In-Between

The Federated Department of History will host its second annual graduate student conference, "DARKNESS AND LIGHT: The Polarities that Divide History and the Shades of Gray In-Between" on Thursday, March 28th from 3-7:00pm in the Dana Room, 4th floor of Dana Library. There will be a jazz piano performance by Chris Pattishall from 7-8pm.


Our second annual history graduate student conference, Darkness and Light: The Polarities that Divide History and the Shades of Gray In-Between, was a great success. A hearty congratulations to the student organizers, Kellen Allen and Ryan Purcell. Thank you to all panelists, moderators, event staff, and supporters. To view  the full conference program click here. For photos from the event, visit our Facebook page.