CALL FOR PAPERS
AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION-PACIFIC COAST BRANCH
2003 ANNUAL MEETING
RADISSON PRINCE KUHIO HOTEL
JULY 31-AUGUST 3, 2003
"The Politics of Place and Globalization"
This conference will focus on the relationships between people’s notions of place and politics. We envision papers that range from the impact of place upon local politics to those that ask questions about how the growth of global connections has affected ideas of place and politics. The location of the meeting in Hawaii informed our choice of conference emphasis and we encourage sessions on the Pacific Rim, from those that examine the importance of place in the history of native people to studies of imperialism in the Pacific. We also hope to see papers that consider these issues in regions around the world and from all fields in history, traditional and new.
The program committee especially encourages proposals for entire sessions, but we will accept individual papers. Proposals should include
a cover page summarizing the panel and identifying each participant (mailing address, email, phone number, and affiliation)
a one-page synopsis of each paper
one-page vitae for each participant
Send six copies of the proposal to program co-chair Margaret Jacobs. The deadline is January 15, 2003. Expect notification regarding acceptance in March 2003. Additional committee members: co-chair Gayle Gullett, Arizona State University.
Department of History, MSC 3H
New Mexico State University
PO Box 30001
Las Cruces, NM 88003
Phone: (505) 646-4409
Fax: (505) 646-8148 Email: email@example.com
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