What's next for you in your research? Becoming an intellectual leader in your field entails conceptualizing your long term research contribution and locating your work in relation to other disciplines.
These workshops -- each in two sessions -- are unique in giving you focused feedback on your ideas and their intellectual contribution. You will have the opportunity to create and get comments on a clear statement of your research agenda aimed at a general audience. The workshop is helpful as you define your own post dissertation research, and prepare job letters and grant applications.
The clusters for Spring Quarter are:
These workshops will be led by Dr. Margo Horn, a US social historian specializing in women's history and the history of medicine. Dr. Horn teaches in Stanford's History Department.
Participants must register in advance, and attendance at BOTH of the workshops is required. If you have questions, please send an email to Margo Horn (firstname.lastname@example.org), and include:
Participants will receive workshop information, including locations, by email after registering.