The 46th annual Florida Conference of Historians will be held Orlando 15-18, 2007 in Orlando, Florida. We welcome single papers and whole panels in any field of history. We welcome papers from college faculty, high school teachers, and graduate and undergraduate students from anywhere in the world.
The keynote speaker will be Jack E. Davis, Professor of Florida and Environmental History at University of Florida. He is the author of Race Against Time: Culture and Separation in Natchez since 1930 (Louisiana State University Press, 2001, paperback 2004) and co-editor with Raymond Arsenault of Paradise Lost? The Environmental History of Florida (University Press of Florida, 2005)
Deadline for submission of papers is January 22, 2007.
Registration before January 22, 2007
Full time employed professionals $100
Graduate students and adjuncts $45
Undergraduate students $35
Late registration is $110, $50, $40 respectively.
Please send checks made out to Florida Conference of Historians to:
Dr. Steven MacIsaac
Division of Social Sciences
2800 University Blvd. N.
Jacksonville, FL 32211
Dr. Julian Chambliss
1000 Holt Avenue-2762
Winter Park, FL 32789
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