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Sam Lebovic <[log in to unmask]>
Tue, 4 May 2021 17:04:06 +0000
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Dear all,

I am currently putting together the schedule for the Modern History Workshop for the fall and am hoping that some PhD students might be interested in presenting their work.  It is a great opportunity to get comments on a draft from a variety of people in the department, which is always very helpful as you work out how to revise and move forward with a piece of work.  And it is also a terrific chance to practice discussing your work, and fielding questions from other scholars, in a friendly environment.  We’ve had several PhD students present work in the past, and they have all found the experience enjoyable and helpful.  So if you have a draft of a dissertation chapter, or would like an arbitrary deadline to force yourself to finish a draft of a dissertation chapter, please let me know by May 10 – we can then work to schedule the session at a good time for you in the fall.

All best,