EXTENDED CFP DEADLINE
Expanding Horizons, Collapsing Frontiers:
The Macro and Micro in World History
Sixteenth-Annual WHA Conference in Milwaukee, 28 June-1 July 2007
The deadline for submitting a proposal for a paper, panel, or roundtable proposals for the upcoming World History Association (WHA) Conference has been extended by two weeks, due to many appeals for a grace period. The new deadline is 15 February. Please download applications from www.thewha.org, and transmit proposals to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The WHA invites proposals from scholars and teachers for full panels, single papers, and roundtables on topics related to this year’s theme, which easily accommodates itself to studies of every variety. Papers and sessions on other issues in world history will receive full consideration and may be included in the program, space permitting.
Proposals should include the title and a brief (300 words or less) description of the paper, panel, or roundtable topic. Proposals should include the names of the chair, presenters, and discussant (if any) and a one-page CV for each. If the organizer of a session cannot find a suitable chair, the Program Committee will assist in drafting one from among the WHA’s corps of active members.
Questions should be addressed to Carolyn Neel, WHA Program Chair, CNeel@abc-clio.com
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