GEORGIA ASSOCIATION OF HISTORIANS
ANNUAL MEETING, MARCH 28-29, 2003
Public History provides a general theme for this year's annual meeting of the Georgia Association of Historians, March 28-29, 2003, in Americus, Georgia. While the keynote address and several sessions and workshops will be devoted to public history topics, historians in other fields, especially non-American, are encouraged to submit paper and panel proposals for consideration by the program committee of this the state's only organization for all professional historians.
Each proposal for an individual paper or a panel should include two copies of a one-page abstract and a one-page vitae for each participant. Send paper and panel proposals by December 31, 2002 to the address below. People interested in chairing or commenting on papers may notify the chair by submitting a vitae. Inquiries may be made at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The lovely Windsor Hotel will serve as the headquarters for the meeting that is co-hosted by Georgia Southwestern State University in Americus. Georgia Secretary of State Cathy Cox will deliver the keynote address in the Rylander Theatre on Friday night. After the business luncheon in the Windsor's Grand Dining Room on Saturday, the GAH will conclude with tours of the Jimmy Carter Boyhood Home in Plains. Other sites in the are of interest include the Andersonville Prisoner of War Camp and Koinoia Farms. A block of rooms has been reserved at the Windsor Hotel (229-924-1555) at the rate of $82 plus tax.
Glenn T. Eskew, Program Chair
Department of History
Georgia State University
Atlanta, GA. 30303-3083
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