Milbauer Program in Southern History
INFORMATION FOR PROSPECTIVE GRADUATE STUDENTS
The Milbauer Program in Southern history was founded in 1983 thanks to a generous donation from the Richard Milbauer estate. The Milbauer program facilitates interaction between students and scholars, including at the Milbauer reception during the annual meeting of the Southern Historical Association and at the Milbauer seminar and lecture series each spring.
The Milbauer Seminar in Southern history provides a forum in which graduate students have their current research critiqued by their peers. Moreover, the seminar fosters an environment in which students interact with and learn from visiting historians. As part of the seminar, the program brings scholars to the University of Florida for two days, during which they participate in a series of one-on-one meetings, an evening reception, and a graduate student luncheon. The scholar’s visit culminates in a three-hour lecture, which includes a presentation of their recent work and a critique of one student’s conference-style paper.
For more information about the Milbauer Program in Southern History, email Professor William A. Link at firstname.lastname@example.org