Call for Papers and Presentations, National Council on Public History
2003 Annual Meeting, Houston, Texas, Spring 2003
Deadline for Proposals: March 1, 2002
The National Council on Public History invites proposals for panels, roundtables, posters, workshops, and papers for the 2003 Annual Meeting. The conference's Program Committee requests that presentations focus on the theme "Beyond Boundaries: Diversity, Identity, and Public History" and address subjects such as:
diversity, or its absence, within the enterprise of public history
efforts to incorporate inclusive perspectives into public history projects
Houston, the gulf coast, and the Sunbelt from these perspectives
Session proposals must include:
a cover page stating the type of session (panel, roundtable, poster, workshop) and including a one-paragraph overview of the session and a list of participants (moderator, presenters, and commentator as appropriate),
a one-page summary of each presentation,
a one-page resume for each participant including full contact information (mailing address, e-mail address, phone numbers).
Complete session/panel proposals are encouraged, although the Program Committee will make reasonable efforts to construct sessions from topically related individual proposals. Workshop proposals should follow the NCPH guidelines, which are available on the NCPH website: www.ncph.org.
Electronic submissions are preferred. These should be transmitted to all members of the Program Committee simultaneously. Please state in the subject line: NCPH 2003 Program.
Robert R. Weyeneth, Chair: email@example.com
Barry Jean Ancelet: firstname.lastname@example.org
Cynthia Brandimarte: email@example.com
Christopher J. Castaneda: firstname.lastname@example.org
Billie Gaines: email@example.com
Aaron Mahr Yanez: firstname.lastname@example.org
If proposals are sent via regular mail, please submit six collated copies to the address provided below.
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