International Conference on the History of Drugs and Alcohol,
13-16 May, 2004.
Huron University College, London, Ontario, Canada
The International Conference on Drugs and Alcohol in History (ICDAH) will be an assembly of established researchers and new scholars examining drugs and alcohol in history from a variety of perspectives. Themes may include but are not limited to the production, regulation (including temperance movements), consumption, economics, culture and medicalization of narcotic drugs and alcohol. The geographic scope of the conference is unlimited.
Funds may be available to assist the travel of international participants.
Conference presentations will take two forms, presentations of papers in a panel setting, and presentation of research posters. By adding posters, the organizers hope to encourage a variety of perspectives on this history of drugs and alcohol.
The ICDAH organizers encourage graduate students and new researchers in the field to submit proposals.
Proposals for each paper should include an abstract of no more than 500 words, and a brief curriculum vitae.
Deadline for submissions is 1 August, 2003.
Proposals for panels, sessions, posters and individual papers should be sent to one of the conference co-chairs Dan Malleck and Greg Marquis at the addresses below.
Dan Malleck Community Health Sciences
500 Glenridge Avenue
St. Catharines, Ontario, L3S 3A1
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