This is the final call for paper and panel proposals for the H-Net
affiliated sessions at the annual meeting of the American Historical
Association, which will be held in San Francisco, January, 3-6, 2002. As an affiliated organization of the AHA, H-Net organizes sessions in
conjunction with the annual meeting of the AHA. Affiliated sessions are
listed in the AHA program and treated comparably to the AHA sessions.
The AHA 2002 Program Committee has chosen the theme "Frontiers." H-Net is composing panels that explore new frontiers of research, teaching, and outreach in the information age.
The deadline for submission of full panel proposals to H-Net is May 21.
In addition, we are looking for papers to complete panels on the following topics:
Blazing New Frontiers in the History Profession: How the Profession
Rewards (and Punishes) Faculty and Graduate Students Who Use New
(We are looking for short papers to set up a panel discussion.)
The Bill Cecil-Fronsman Memorial Panel on Teaching: Using Information Technology to Bridge the Digital Divide and Reach Underserved Communities and Students.
(We are looking for papers that discuss innovative means to reach out to communities and students.)
Visualizing History: Mapping Place and Time in the Classroom
(Session will include papers on innovative teaching and research projects that use information technology to enhance understanding of time and place.)
Historical Research on the Internet: The Challenge and Promise of
Developing Online Material for Research
(Session will explore the potential for building online research
collections. The key questions is can networked information and the
analytical tools of today's computers be used to assist scholarly
research? We are looking to highlight new scholarship that demonstrates new research tools and approaches.)
Recovering Hidden Primary Resources: Using the WWW to Increase Access to Untraditional Research and Teaching Material
(Session will include three "case-reports" of the use of unconventional
resources that have been made available through the web.)
Proposals for individual papers or full panels must include full name,
institutional affiliation, email and snail mail address, a copy of your
Please email proposals to email@example.com.
Executive Director, H-Net: Humanities and Social Sciences OnLine
310 Auditorium Building
Michigan State University
East Lansing, MI 48824
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