The third annual Liberal Arts Conference at Auburn Montgomery invites panel and paper proposals in the field of History. Event dates: February 18-19, 2011. Distinguished speakers include poet and critic Robert Ray Morgan (Cornell), Civil War historian William J. Cooper (LSU), and artist Doug Baulos (University of Alabama Birmingham). Registrants to the conference will be able to enjoy over twenty peer-reviewed panels on the topic of the South over two days, spanning the fields of anthropology, art history, American history, American literature and theater, music history, and sociology. Proposals for panels and papers of 250 words in length are being accepted until October 15, 2010, with notice of acceptance by November 15, 2010. Proposals will be refereed by established scholars in each discipline. Proposals for panels and papers as well as general queries can be addressed to firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information go to www.aum.edu/aumlac.
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