Seeking presenters for a panel at the 2013 AHA conference on the
lives of free African Americans during the Civil War. In keeping with the theme of "Lives, Places, Stories," the panel will focus on how the "environment and geography" shaped the experience of African Americans during the conflict.
One presentation will focus on the lives of free African Americans in the Confederate states of Louisiana and Virginia and explain how geography defined their existence.
Proposal topics could discuss any aspect of the lives of free or enslaved African Americans during the Civil War.
Proposals should discuss the conference theme of "Lives, Places, Stories," and say how their work fits in with this theme. Please send a 250-word proposal and a brief CV to Lynette Garrett at email@example.com by February 6, 2012.
Department of History
American University, Washington, D.C.
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