The joint conference in 2004 of the National Council on Public
History and the American Society for Environmental History
will revolve around the theme "Cultural Places and Natural Spaces:
Memory, History, and Landscape." The conference theme reflects the
interdisciplinary nature of the conference between the ASEH and the
NCPH as members of these organizations find common ground.
The program committee is looking for poster proposals that will explore
the wide variety of cultural, environmental, social, and public
history that have transformed the places and spaces of our world. We
also are interested in posters that investigate the interplay of
memory, history, and landscape. Since the 2004 conference will be
held in Victoria, B.C., posters that examine border issues, both
physical as well as metaphorical, are welcome. Posters that explore
other issues in environmental and public history will also be
welcomed. The 2004 program committee will accept poster proposals
that are focused solely on environmental history, public history, or
a combination of the two.
All poster proposals must include the following information emailed
to email@example.com in a single file saved in rich text format, with
the following file name: Yourlastnameposter.rft
A cover statement, including your complete mailing address, email,
phone number, and affiliation
An abstract of no more than 250 words
A brief CV of no more than one page
All poster proposals must be received no later than 15 October 2003.
All poster proposals must be submitted by e-mail to Nancy Langston,
co-chair of 2004 Program Committee, at the email address provided below.
Proposals should be attached as a SINGLE rich text format file.
2004 Program Committee
Brian Black, Penn State University (ASEH)
Chris Conte, Utah State University (ASEH)
Jon Hunner, co-chair, New Mexico State University (NCPH)
Nancy Langston, co-chair, University of Wisconsin (ASEH)
Marla Miller, University of Massachusetts (NCPH)
David Neufeld, Parks Canada (NCPH)
Dan Vivian, National Park Service (NCPH)
Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies and
Department of Forest Ecology and Management
University of Wisconsin-Madison
70 Science Hall, 550 North Park St.
Madison WI 53706 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Visit the website at http://www.ncph.org/meeting.html
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