For the 14th Annual Norlands Humanities Conference
"Mysteries of Northern New England”
--where we look at people, places, events, stories, and legends that have attracted curiosity and speculation, but which may have defied explanation or a solution.
TO BE HELD AT
THE WASHBURN-NORLANDS LIVING HISTORY CENTER
290 Norlands Road, Livermore, ME 04253
June 14 - 16, 2007
The conference is sponsored by the WASHBURN HUMANITIES CENTER in association with the University of Maine at Farmington.
With this year's broad theme we are seeking the participation of both
professional and lay scholars and students from across the spectrum of academic disciplines.
We welcome the submission of complete two-or three-paper sessions as
well as single papers. We also encourage presenters from previous conferences to return, present a paper, and meet old friends.
Previously published material should not be submitted.
The conference will be held at theWashburn-Norlands Living History Center, a 445 acre site containing a restored one room school house, farmer’s cottage, free standing library (housing the extensive Washburn family collections), a 200 seat 1828 Universalist Church, and the 1867 Washburn mansion.
Submit 150-word abstract and one-page vita by APRIL 1, 2007 to the address below.
Questions may be addressed to Billie or to Rob Lively.
42 Hathaway Hill Road, Livermore, ME 04253
Phone: (207) 897-2236E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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