My name is Annie and I am trying to complete a (last-minute!) panel for the Social Science History Association conference in Portland, OR, Nov. 3-6th. The topic is (broadly) urban environmental history.
We are especially in need of a chair and 1-2 discussants.
Current papers include the following:
James Longhurst (University of South Florida)
Paper Title: Mothers of Urban Skies: The Demographics of Environmental Activism and Competing Visions of the City in Postwar Pittsburgh
Student of Richard Dilworth’s (Drexel University)
Topic: Public Health and infrastructural development in Cleveland
Annie Gustafson (Arizona State University)
Paper Title: Landscapes of Control: Xeriscape in Phoenix residential communities
If you're interested in serving as a chair or discussant, please send me (email@example.com) the following information NO LATER THAN Monday Feb. 21st.
--1-2 page CV
If you’re interested in presenting a paper, please include a CV and:
--A paper abstract of approximately 300 words. Please indicate the city or geographic region of your analysis as this is an important consideration in diversifying the panel. (For examples of award winning abstracts for the SSHA please consult the following:
Please contact me with any questions.
PhD student in the dept of history, Arizona State University
IGERT associate in urban ecology
e-mail address provided below
Arizona State University
Department of History, 4302
Tempe, AZ 85287 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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