Presenters at this seminar series will include Graduate Students in the departments from which Historical Studies draws its teaching assistants, namely Classics, Diaspora and Transnational Studies, Drama, History, Medieval Studies, Near & Middle Eastern Civilizations, Religion, and Women & Gender Studies. The committee will choose 3 applicants per term to present a 20-minute paper to an audience of faculty, staff, librarians, undergraduate and graduate students affiliated with the Department of Historical Studies.
Graduate students may use this opportunity as a complement to their studies, to present their research to a non-threatening audience and to practice for future job interviews. Students may also note this distinction on their CVs. Each student selected for the series will receive a prize of $200.
‘Prandium’ comes from Latin for ‘lunch’. The seminar series is intended to bring people to the department to share a lunch meal in harmony and to provide them some ‘food for thought’. It is also meant to enhance the experience of graduate and undergraduate students, introducing undergraduate students to graduate studies and increasing synergies between graduate and undergraduate students, faculty, librarians and staff. For more information on the UTM Department of Historical Studies, please visit our website at: http://www.utm.utoronto.ca/3386.html
Second submission deadline: July 5th, 2011