Auburn University proudly announces it will be hosting the fifth annual Southern regional conference for the History of Science, Technology and Medicine on April 1–2, 2011. In an attempt to combine the traditions of other regional conferences, such as the Midwest Junto and the Columbia History of Science Group at Friday Harbor, SoHoST provides a welcoming environment for graduate student presentations along with more established scholars as well as a collegial venue to allow the growing community of scholars in the South to present new material.
Faculty and graduate students are invited to submit paper or session proposals addressing all themes, time periods, and geographical regions in the history of science, technology, and medicine. Those interested in participating should submit a 200-word paper proposal or 300-word session proposal with a brief biographical sketch to Michael Johnson at firstname.lastname@example.org by December 1. You may also mail a hardcopy to the address listed at the bottom. More detailed information about the conference including registration can be found at: http://media.cla.auburn.edu/historyconferences/index.htm.
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