We are seeking a third panelist for our session proposal on identity of immigrants/immigration in urban space to be submitted to Organization of American Historians(OAH), for its 2009 annual meeting in Seattle, WA, from March 26-29, 2009.
Our papers discuss racial, ethnic, and national identity of immigrants in US cities roughly between 1890s and 1930, but each paper looks at a different group: one on Japanese in Chicago between 1890s and 1920s, and the other on Mexican Americans in a border city. Keywords in our presentations include: immigration, identity, race, ethnicity, gender, nationalism, community, and urban space, and we would have a scholar who would like to discuss similar themes.
If you are interested, please contact me (email@example.com) and send your abstract and C.V. by February 8 (Fri.), 2008, in order to meet the OAH's official deadline for the final application submission.
FYI: your proposal must include the following information:
to accommodate OAH's requirement:
• a complete mailing address, e-mail, phone number, and affiliation for each participant;
• a prospectus of no more than 250 words for each presentation; and
• a vita of no more than 500 words for each participant.
*For more information, please follow the link below:
**In addition to the individual application above, we have to submit an abstract of no more than 500 words for the session as a whole.
Mayumi Hoshino, ABD, Indiana University Bloomington
Maria Duarte, ABD, Indiana University Bloomington
Indiana University Bloomington
Department of History
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