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Research and Narrative Workshop

About This Event

This two-day workshop is designed to build regional community and collaboration. On the first day (11/13), the group will discuss six pre-circulated papers and on the second (11/14) all participants are invited to workshop narrative strategies in their own work.

Confirmed presenters include: Tanya Bakhmetyeva (University of Rochester); Scott Moranda (SUNY Cortland); Jennifer Sovde (SUNY Canton); Junko Takeda (Syracuse University); Angela Thompsell (SUNY Brockport); Robert Terrell (Syracuse University).

Featured Guests

Presenters include: Tanya Bakhmetyeva - University of Rochester Scott Moranda - SUNY Cortland Jennifer Sovde - SUNY Canton Junko Takeda - Syracuse University Angela Thompsell - SUNY Brockport Robert Terrell - Syracuse University Non-presenting participants: Alan Allport - Syracuse University Judith DeGroat - St. Lawrence University Thomas Fleishman - University of Rochester Robert Nemes - Colgate University Jean Pedersen - University of Rochester Stewart Weaver - University of Rochester Presenters are pretty much locked in at this point. The invitation to non-presenting participants is still open but those above have confirmed.


Syracuse University History Department.

Nov. 13, 2021, 9 a.m. to Nov. 14, 2021, noon

304 Tolley Humanities Building, Syracuse University

HS13: Research and Narrative in Modern European History

Host: Syracuse University

RSVP by Nov. 5, 2021