The WAWH invites faculty members, graduate students, independent scholars and others for a collegial, stimulating, and professional weekend of history and networking.
The program committee welcomes proposals for panels or single papers on any historical subject, time period, or region. All fields and periods of history are welcome, as are workshops or roundtables on issues of interest to the historical profession. Proposals for complete panels preferred, but individual papers also welcome. Please use submission forms and guidelines at www.wawh.org
Proposals must be postmarked by September 15, 2011
WAWH offers a prize for the best conference paper presented by a graduate student.
Current (2011-2012) WAWH membership and 2012 conference pre-registration are required of all program participants. Panel organizers should communicate this requirement when asking panelists to participate. WAWH Membership runs from conference to conference.
The Western Association of Women Historians was founded in 1969. Drawing scholars from the Western states, the WAWH is the largest of the regional women's historical associations in the United States. Membership is open to all.
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