Queen City Colloquium

The Queen City Colloquium —or simply, the QCC— is an annual graduate student conference hosted by the Department of History at the University of Cincinnati. Typically held in the spring term, the conference draws graduate student participants from UC's History program as well as history departments all across the Midwest. While the conference often features work on the rich history of the Ohio Valley, topics are not limited to that region. Papers from past years have focused on topics from the history of early modern Europe, colonial America, the Middle East, and the Mediterranean world.

In addition to graduate research, the QCC also invites a prominent historian each year to deliver the conference keynote address. Past speakers have included Matthew Connelly (Columbia), John Mack Farager (Yale), Nicky Gullace (New Hampshire), Thomas Robisheaux (Duke), and Thomas Daniel Smail (Harvard).

The QCC continues to grow in reputation and popularity with each passing year. Feel free to contact us about attending or presenting a paper.

14th Annual Queen City Colloquium

The 14th Annual Queen City Colloquium History Graduate Conference will take place Friday, April 7th, 2017 at Dyer 430. Dr. Jason Coy from the College of Charleston, author of Strangers and Misfits: Banishment, Social Control, and Authority in Early Modern Germany, will give the keynote address.

The deadline for paper submissions is March 24th, 2017. Proposals are due by January 13, 2017, send proposals and questions to Luke Frederick (frederlj@mail.uc.edu) or Sam Whittaker (whittast@mail.uc.edu). Thanks so much for the help!