CONFLICT, COMMEMORATION, AND CONSERVATION: Explorations across Time and Place
Georgia Association of Historians
Annual Meeting February 24-26, 2011
Savannah, GA (DeSoto Hilton-Downtown)
Conflict, commemoration, and conservation are universal historical experiences. This year's theme is intended to encourage proposals offering diverse visions of the theme's basic elements as experienced in all areas and subfields of history, including African, American, Asian, European, and Latin American history, global history, public history, historic preservation, regional studies as well as proposals focused on resource or archival management and historical pedagogy. The committee welcomes proposals from all these areas. Proposals for full sessions that address the conference theme will be given highest priority, but individual papers will be considered as well. The deadline for proposal submission is SEPTEMBER 20, 2010.
Session proposals should be 500 words and include a tentative session title, the names, affiliations, and full contact information of each presenter and the session discussant, and a description of each paper in session.
Individual proposals should be less than 200 words and include a full description of the proposed paper.
Email all proposals to: LLDenmark@gmail.com
Papers are to be original works of scholarship. Presentations will be limited to 15-20 minutes, depending on panel size.
Scholars willing to serve as moderators/discussants should indicate their research specialties.
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