Dear friends and colleagues,
Please join us this Wednesday, October 10th at 3pm in Pick 218 for the first MEHAT gathering of the year, a roundtable with NELC professors discussing the graduate experience then and now. Some of the topics to be addressed include: How do political events and broader social changes affect the graduate school experience? How do broader intellectual trends shape our disciplines? How do we navigate the tensions between acquiring language skills and reading widely in our fields? How have students, their aims, and the academic world changed in recent decades? Bring questions of your own, and enjoy the stimulating conversation and sparkling refreshments. If you have any questions, or if you may need assistance in order to participate, please don’t hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Looking forward to seeing you there,
Maddy and Carlos, 2012-2013 MEHAT Coordinators
The Middle East History and Theory Workshop (MEHAT) presents
its 2012-2013 Inaugural Roundtable:
“What I Learned in Grad School:
Continuity and Change in the Graduate Experience”
with Professors Na’ama Rokem, Orit Bashkin, Ahmed El Shamsy,
and John Woods
Wednesday, October 10
3:00 – 4:30 p.m.
218 Pick Hall
5828 South University Avenue, Chicago, IL 60637