The World History Association invites you to join us again for our Thirteenth Annual Conference, June 18-20, 2004 at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia.
GMU's scenic campus is a short metro ride from Washington, D.C. The themes of the conference will be: Social History as World History; Diasporas in World History; Empires in World History to 1500. The featured keynote speakers will be: Peter Stearns, George Mason University; Joseph Harris, Howard University; John Mears, Southern Methodist University.
Please consult the WHA’s website, http://www.thewha.org, or GMU’s conference website, http://chnm.gmu.edu/wha/, for complete 2004 conference details and final conference program. The WHA will be offering day rates of $33 and half-day rates of $16.50 during on-site registration- Friday, June 18th to Sunday, June 20th.
Please note that (1) day or half-day registration is allowed per person. If you plan to attend on Saturday, June 19th, the conference lunch is not included in the day rate price.
Questions or concerns regarding the upcoming conference can be directed to the WHA Headquarters (808) 956-7688, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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