Dear readers, the organizers for the First Annual UC Davis Graduate History Conference released a copy of the final conference schedule last night, and I have attached it to this post for your perusal. The conference is less than a week away now, and all of us at UC Davis History could not be more excited. As you can see from the program, the organizers have packed both days of the conference full of promising activities. I sincerely hope some of you will be able to come out and join us for what is sure to be a great weekend of coffee, food, discussions, panels, and presentations by an array of special guests hailing from as nearby as UC Davis and from as far away as Universities like Rutgers, in New Jersey, and Wayne State, in Michigan. Hope to see you there! Until then, best wishes.
Devin Leigh is currently pursuing his PhD in History at the University of California, Davis, with concentrations in both American and African History. Before Davis, Devin received his MA in History from Loyola University Chicago and his BA in both History and African & Black Diaspora Studies from DePaul University.
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