34th Annual Conference on Washington, D.C. Historical Studies November 1-3, 2007 Deadline is May 15, 2007 The Program Committee is calling for papers and presentations on a wide variety of topics of local history interest, including neighborhood history and preservation, ethnic history, local political, religious, scientific, artistic and media history, historic preservation, and architecture of Washington, D.C. and the surrounding Northern Virginia and Maryland suburbs.
This year it will be held at the Historical Society of Washington, D.C.,
801 K Street at Mount Vernon Square, NW Washington, DC on Thursday evening, Friday, and Saturday, November 1-3, 2007
For each paper or session proposal, please provide the following: Title of session/paper; Session participants (identify moderator) or author of paper; including name, title and affiliation, email and postal addresses, phone number; 100 word description of session or abstract of paper (for review by Program Committee and use in conference brochure) Name and contact information for submitter (if not included in #2 above)
Panel presenters will give a 20-minute presentation within a specific 90-minute conference session led by a panel moderator.
To get a flavor of what has been presented in the past, see the following for the conference programs from previous years:
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