You are invited to the third annual History Presentation Extravaganza, which challenges graduate students to distill their research into five-minute talks. Thursday, June 1, 2017, 2–4PM, John Hope Franklin Room, Social Science Research Building, room 224. A reception will follow in the Tea Room.
—Nick Kryczka, Winner of the 2015 Extravaganza
Paring fifty-three pages down to five meaningful minutes made one really think about what was worth communicating.
Read more about the Extravaganza in Christopher Dunlap's AHA Today blog post.
Jessa Dahl explains Nineteenth-Century Maps of Yokohama, Japan, in five minutes flat. Photography by Sabrina Datoo