27-28 APRIL 2007
The Ohio Academy of History seeks papers from scholars in all fields of history, including World, Latin American, African, Asian, European, as well as American. Papers may deal with subjects in any area or time period. Those focusing on historiography, methodology, pedagogy, and public history are also welcome. Proposals may consist of individual papers or sessions organized around a common theme. The Academy welcomes discussion panels. Sessions generally include three papers (20 minutes each), a chair, and a commentator. The best papers will be refereed for publication in the Academy’s Proceedings.
Proposals should include:
a 150-word abstract of each paper
a short biography, resume, or curriculum vita of each participant
relevant telephone numbers
e-mail and mailing addresses
Historians interested in serving as session chairs/commentators are encouraged to contact the Program Committee chair below with information about their area(s) of expertise.
Proposals should be submitted by 6 November 2006 to:
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