A.B. McKillop, “Surviving the Academic Other: Writing After the Dissertation”

All graduate students and faculty are welcome to join the discussion!

Professor A. B. McKillop on storytelling and the practice of History
“Surviving the Academic Other: Writing History After the Dissertation”
Thursday, February 16, 1pm
Paterson 433 (History Lounge)

In preparation, please read the following article (links to PDF):

A. B. McKillop, “Engaging History: Historians, Story-telling, and Self,” in Thinkers and Dreamers: Historical Essays in Honour of Carl Berger, edited by Gerald Friesen and Doug Owram (UTP, 2011), 33-52.

Chancellor’s Professor in the Department of History, A.B. McKillop is a distinguished scholar of Canadian intellectual and cultural history.

The Study Group is a series of workshops that aims to provide graduate students from Carleton’s History Department with a venue for debate and discussion on matters that relate to historical theory, method, and practice, broadly defined.
For more information about the Study Group, please visit our page
https://carletonhistorygraduatestudentassociation.wordpress.com/studygroup

Please don’t hesitate to get in touch if you have any questions!
Sara Spike sspike [at] connect.carleton.ca
Emmanuel Hogg ehogg [at] connect.carleton.ca

Hope to see you there!

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