On Sunday, March 26, 2017, the Emerging Museum Professionals Committee (of the Museum Council of Greater Philadelphia) will be hosting a one-day meeting entitled What’s Next. The goal of What’s Next is to guide undergraduate students, graduate students, young professionals, and professionals looking to enter the museum field through the process of finding work in a museum.
What’s Next is an excellent opportunity to reach those seeking career advice, graduate school information, and financial consultation as they take the next steps in their professional lives.
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Free workshop. If you’re a student of the arts or humanities and a well-meaning relative has ever asked “what are you going to do with that?” this event is for you. Five panelists working in educational nonprofits, arts advocacy organizations, archives, and bookstores will speak to what it’s like to build a career outside the university that still privileges the ideas and values of the liberal arts.
Discussion will begin at 4:30. Join us before the panel at 3:30 for a networking reception with our panelists. @ the Writers House 305 Cooper Street March 8, 2017 3:30 pm-6:00 pm
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Lenses and Contacts: Framing Early America McNeil Center Biennial Graduate Student Conference
Philadelphia, 5–7 October 2017
This conference will focus on established historiographical frameworks and new directions. Papers could address topics including but not limited to: spatial lenses, including Atlantic, continental, global, and local; people, places, and ideas on the margins; histories from above and below; perspectives on race, class, gender, and sexuality in early America; ways of knowing, including religion, environmental, scientific, and medical histories; networks & crossings Graduate students in any relevant discipline are invited to submit proposals, which should include a 250-word prospectus and a one-page curriculum vitae together in one pdf document labeled with the applicant’s last name. Please include your name, your paper title, your institutional affiliation, and your email address at the top of the first page of the proposal. Conference presentations will be limited to twenty minutes. Participants will receive some financial support for travel and lodging expenses. Applicants should e-mail their proposals by 15 March 2017 to email@example.com. Decisions will be announced in late May 2017.