The New Jersey Historical Commission, the NJ State Archives, and the NJ State Museum invite proposals for research papers to be delivered at the New Jersey Forum, to be held on Saturday, November 20, 2010.
Held every other year, the New Jersey Forum provides an opportunity for college and university faculty, teachers, graduate students, independent scholars, museum professionals, historical society members, and all others with an interest in New Jersey studies to present new research to their peers. This interdisciplinary conference defines New Jersey studies broadly, covering not only traditional state history, but also archaeology, geography, fine and decorative arts, material culture, the humanities, literature, ethnic studies, the history of science and technology, labor and industry, public policy, religious history, and popular culture—all with special emphasis on new scholars and scholarship.
If you would like to present a research paper at the Forum, email a proposal to the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org
This proposal must include:
1) the title of the paper
2) contact information (address, telephone, e-mail)
3) a one-paragraph bio
4) an abstract of no more than 500 words
5) any audio-visual requirements for presenting your paper
You can also suggest a panel with two papers. Please include the information requested above for each proposed panelist. All information must be provided by e-mail.
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