Hot of on the hooves of last year's ground-shuddering success, we bring you Buffalo II!
A lot of people talk about the Return of the Buffalo, but here at the University of Saskatchewan we make it happen....
The University of Saskatchewan Department of History Invites proposals for the 2nd annual
Buffalo Province History Conference
Presentations on all historical topics welcome
Manitou Springs Hotel, Manitou Beach, Saskatchewan
Come join other graduate students and faculty from Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta in a supportive and academically enriching environment. We invite you to present a paper on an aspect of your research, listen and comment on the presentations of others, network with peers and faculty, and meet and socialize with potential future advisors and colleagues.
Although preference is given to graduate student submissions, we welcome proposals from faculty, senior honours students, and other specialists in the field of history.
Proposals for both complete panels and individual papers are welcome.
Panel Proposals should include a 250 word abstract for the panel as a whole as well as information for the individual papers. For an individual paper, please include a 250 word abstract and short biographical sketch. Please send submissions to Keith Thor Carlson (firstname.lastname@example.org) by December 17th 2007.
For more information, visit our website: http://www.usask.ca/history/buffalo/
In 1904, Sir Frederick Haultain, the Northwest Territories’ first and only premier, had a dream: to unite the prairies into a single province called Buffalo. Building on that dream, the Buffalo Province History Conference seeks to bring together graduate students and faculty from Canada’s Prairie universities in a rigorous and collegial environment. Manitou Springs Resort and Mineral Spa (www.manitousprings.ca) is located in the centre of Buffalo province, one hour southeast of Saskatoon in the resort town of Manitou Beach.