The Rocky Mountain Interdisciplinary History Conference or RMIHC is a unique graduate conference planned and organized by the University of Colorado's history graduate students. RMIHC seeks to attract graduate students from the variety of disciplines that make up the humanities, arts, and social sciences in order to create an informed discourse on the past and chart its impact on the present.
The mission of Colorado History Day is to improve the teaching and learning of history in elementary and secondary schools so that students become better prepared, knowledgeable citizens. National History Day is not just a day, but every day! The National History Day program is a year-long education program that culminates in a national contest every June. UCB faculty and students often participate as judges for local events.
This conference presents martial race as a concept in African history, and touches on a range of topics including the construction of (ethnic/) identities, gender, race, slavery, colonialism, and so forth as you’ll see. We are bringing together scholars with a view to producing an edited volume. It’s a great mix of graduate students, junior, and senior faculty.