Uncoverings 2001: Research Papers of the American Quilt Study Group
The American Quilt Study Group seeks original, unpublished research pertaining to the history of quilts, quiltmakers, quiltmaking, associated textiles, and related subjects for publication in "Uncoverings" our annual volume of quilt research.
Since 1980, "Uncoverings" has been the foremost authority in quilt research. This interdisciplinary volume represents AQSG's mission to build an accurate, well respected body of quilt-related research. Papers should be 4,500-9,000 words in length. If your paper is selected you will be invited to make a presentation of your research at the 2001 AQSG Seminar, October 12-14 in Williamsburg, VA. This is a unique opportunity to share your work with others who are passionate about quilts and to participate in a weekend conference devoted to the study of quilt history which includes study centers, workshops, keynote and research presentations, and pre-conference offerings.
Deadline for submissions for consideration in "Uncoverings 2001" is December 1, 2000.
For complete submission and manuscript guidelines, contact the American Quilt Study Group, 35th and Holdrege, East Campus Loop, P.O.Box 4737, Lincoln, NE 68504-0737
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