Interested in facts and fictions of circumnavigation and other transoceanic voyages? Two panelists are in search of a third for the Social Science History Association Annual Meeting, to be held Oct. 24-27, 2002 in St. Louis. We are proposing a session that would consider global travel narratives from a comparative and/or interdisciplinary perspective. We would like to hear about projects dealing with national identity, cosmopolitanism, subjectivity, technology, transportation, tourism, and similar themes. Please contact Leah Potter at email@example.com and provide a brief description of your proposed paper, explaining how you think it would relate to this session. Priority will be given to responses received before April 7th.
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