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Monday, May 6, 2013

The final meeting of the Graduate Workshop in Modern History

This year's final meeting of the Graduate Workshop in Modern History will be held Friday May 10th, 2013 at 11:30am in 1229 Heller Hall. Adam Hjorthén of the IHRC will present his chapter draft "Traveling" from his dissertation, "Commemorating Movements: Sweden, the United States, and Entanglements of Mutual Pasts, ca. 1930-1950." Professor David Chang of the Departments of History, American Indian Studies, and American Studies will offer faculty comment.

Hard copies will be available in the history department main office in Heller Hall mid-week, and an electronic version is also available at the GWMH Moodle site (see below).
A light lunch will be provided (pizza and other glorious end-of-year treats!). We look forward to seeing you there!
Option 1: If you have a Moodle account and are logged in, go to https://moodle2.umn.edu/course/view.php?id=13717 and enter the one-time enrollment key (password: modhist) when prompted.
Option 2: If you prefer to access the site anonymously, go to http://moodle2.umn.edu and scroll down on the left-hand side to click on "Read-only access." Next, search for "Graduate Workshop in Modern History" and enter the enrollment key (password: modhist) when prompted.
Please contact Emily Bruce (bruce088@umn.edu) with any problems accessing the paper.