The 35th annual meeting of the Society for Historians of the Early American Republic will convene in St. Louis on July 18-21, 2013. The Program Committee invites proposals for sessions and papers exploring all aspects of the history and culture of the early American republic, together with its northern and southern borderlands and transnational connections, c. 1776-1860. We particularly welcome work informed by new methodologies and approaches, participants from outside traditional boundaries of the field, and submissions focusing on pedagogy and public history.
The Program Committee will consider proposals for individual papers and for full sessions, with a preference for complete panels. We also welcome workshops with pre-circulated papers, panels that encourage audience participation, and sessions in which panelists assess the state of debate on a topic. Any scholar interested in acting as a session chair or commentator should submit a one-page *curriculum vitae*.
All submissions should be electronic. Please include the following information in a single Word document that begins with the surname of the contact person, e.g., “Smith2013.doc.”
1. Panel title & short, one paragraph description.
2. Proposals for each paper (no more than 100 words each).
3. Single-page *curriculum vitae *for each participant.
4. Indication of any special requirements, such as audio-visual equipment or facilities for disability. A/V requests will be honored only if technology is integral to presentation. Requests made after proposal submission may not be accommodated.
5. Email address of designated contact person.
Please submit your proposals by email to the Program Committee Chair:
Stacey Robertson, *email@example.com*.
Please note that all program participants will be required to register for the conference. The deadline for submissions is *December 1, 2012*.
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