The Historical Society of New Mexico will hold its 2004 Annual Meeting and
Conference on April 22-24th in Los Alamos, New Mexico.
The Society is now accepting proposals for papers, sessions and programs on any
aspect of New Mexico History, the Borderlands, or the greater Southwest. Papers
on archaeology, anthropology, education, politics, science, biography,
bibliography, historiography and other social sciences that are within this
scope are welcome.
Individual papers or presentations should be limited to twenty minutes in
length. Individual papers will be grouped with one or two others into thematic
sessions of seventy-five minutes each and assigned a moderator. Proposals for
complete sessions are also welcome. These should consist of at least two papers
on a thematic or related topic and include a moderator.
All proposals must include a title and a short abstract of the proposed paper
(unless the title serves as a fairly complete abstract), as well as the name,
address (electronic and real), organizational affiliation (if any) and basic
biographical information on the presenter. Proposals for sessions should include
this information for all participants.
Send proposals to the address below. Please direct questions to Maggie McDonald,
505/864-3612 (MMcdo57321@cs.com) or Richard Melzer, 505/925-8620
Deadline for Proposals is November 15th, 2003
280 La Entrada Rd.
Los Lunas, New Mexico 87031
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